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MADISON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION — 1982 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Danette Wells, Jotin Mosley, Mike Adams, Marty Hembree, Lloyd 
Rhodus, Duane Conner, Larry Gray, Jimmy Coomer, Ricky Price. Second Row: Tracy Powell, 
Jimmy Kelly, Jake Fields, David Acker, Jeff Cruse, Larry Agee, Russell Thomas, Karl Lainhart, Pat 
Black, Tommy Gross, Mike Crawford, Cynthia Tudor. Third Row: Asst. Coach Jimmy Whittaker, 
Cliff Winkler, Jeff Tevis, Scott Ward, Keith Kidd, Greg Jones, Gene Cruse, Greg Stephens, Kenny 
Jones, Ricky Congleton, Tim Black, Johnny Covington, Head Coach Donald Richardson. 



Member Of National Federation of State Higin School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

AUGUST, 1982 



FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association set the football distncts and regions 
for 1981 and 1982 as follows: 

CLASS A (0-425) - 43 SCHOOLS 
REGION I 
District 1 — 
Ballard Memorial, Fulton. Fulton County, Greenville, 
Murray, Russellville 
District 2 — 
Campbellsville, Caverna, 
Metcalf County, Tompkinsville 
REGION II 
District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Madison, Pans 
District 2 — 
Sub-District 1 - Eminence, Frankfort, Ky. Country Day 
Sub-District 2 - Carroll County, Owen County, Trimble 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2 — 
Fairview, Nicholas County, Raceland 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 
Sub-Distrlct 1 - Cumberland. Evarts, Harlan 
Sub-District 2 - Lone Jack, Lynn Camp, Pmeville, 
Williamsburg 
District 2 — 
Sub-District 1 - Elkhorn City, Fleming Neon, Jenkins, 
Phelps, Virgie 

Sub-District 2 - Betsy Layne, Mullins, Paintsville, 
Pikeville 

CLASS AA (426-625) - 46 SCHOOLS 
REGION I 
District 1 — 
Sub-District 1 -Caldwell County, Heath, Mayfleld, Trigg 
County 

Sub-District 2 - Ft Campbell, Hancock County, McLean 
County, Todd Central 
District 2 — 
Sub-Distnct 1 - Allen County, Butler County, Glasgow, 
Warren East 

Sub-District 2 - Adair County, Edmonson County, Green 
County, Hart County 

REGION II 
District 1 — 
Sub-District 1 - Bullitt East, Ft Knox. LaRue County, 
West Hardin 

Sub-District 2 - Anderson County, Bardstown, Bourbon 
County, Washington County 
District 2 — 
Sub-District 1 - Bath County, Fleming County, Henry 
County, Mason County 

Sub-District 2 - East Carter, Lewis County, Rowan 
County, West Carter 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Boyle County, Garrard County, Russell County, 

Somerset, Wayne County 
District 2 — 

Corbm, Middlesboro 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Hazard, Johns Creek, M C Napier, Whitesburg 
District 2 — 

Lawrence County. Morgan County. Prestonsburg 
CLASS AAA (626-1000) - 48 SCHOOLS 
REGION I 



District 1 — 

Calloway County, Crittenden County, Lone Oak, 

Reidland, LInion County, Webster County 
District 2 — 

Barren County, Franklin-Simpson. Ohio County 
REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, 

Meade County, North Bullitt 

Sub-District 2 - East Hardin, Grayson County, Taylor 

County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Danville, Harrison County, Montgomery 

County 

Sub-District 2 - Franklin County, Scott County, Western 

Hills, Woodford County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Conner, Covington Catholic, Lloyd 

Memorial, Simon Kenton 

Sub-District 2 - Highlands, Newport, Newport Catholic, 

Scott 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Bell County, James A. Cawood, Knox 

Central, Rockcastle County, Whitley County 

Sub-District 2 - Estill County, Jessamine County, 

Lincoln County, Mercer County 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Breathitt County, Clay County, Knott Central, Leslie 

County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell, Sheldon Clark 
STATE CLASS AAAA (1001-up) - 32 SCHOOLS 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Hopkinsville, 

Marshall County, Paducah Tilghman, Warren Central 
District 2 — 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 

Madisonville-North Hopkins, Owensboro, Owensboro 

Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Nelson County, North 

Hardin 
District 2 — 

Oldham County, Shelby County 
REGION Ml 
District 1 — 

Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates Creek 
District 2 — 

Clark County, Laurel County, Madison Central 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie Heights, 

Holmes 
District 2 — 

Boyd County. Greenup County, Paul G Blazer 

JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA - 24 SCHOOLS 
District 1 — 

Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, 

Valley, Western 
District 2 — 

Atherton, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Moore, Southern 
District 3 — 

Fern Creek, Iroquois, Male, Manual, Seneca, St. Xavier 
District 4 — 
Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jeftersontown, Trinity, 

Waggener 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLV— NO. 1 



AUGUST, 1982 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



KHSAA Archives Established 

at Eastern Kentucky 

University 



1982 INDIVIDUAL GOLF WINNERS 

Boone County High School - Boys 

Notre Dame Academy - Girls 




(Left to Right) Front Row: K.H.S.A.A. 
Commissioner Tom Mills; Dr. J.C. Powell, E.K.U. 
President. Second Row: Ath. Dir. Don Combs, 
E.K.U.; Charles Hay, E.K.U. Archivist 

We are pleased to announce that the Board of 
Control has approved an agreement which 
designates the Archives at Eastern Kentucky 
University as the official repository for the KHSAA's 
older records of historical value. Several months 
ago approximately forty boxes of records, films, and 
publications were transferred to the Archives for 
permanent preservation. The records are 
maintained under optimal environmental and 
security conditions. Eastern's Archivist, Charles 
Hay, reports that all the records have been 
processed, a preliminary inventory to them has 
been prepared, and that the records are now open to 
anyone interested in researching the history of the 
KHSAA in particular and Kentucky high school 
athletics in general. 

Among the records preserved are minutes of 
meetings dating from 1918, correspondence, 
eligibility lists, newspaper clippings, photographs, 
tournament films and videotapes, oral history 
interviews with individuals associated with the 
development of high school athletics, a complete 
set of the Kentucky High School Athlete, 
tournament game programs, directories, and 
constitution and by-laws. 

(Continued on page two) 



Michelle Hutchins 
Notre Dame Academy 



GOLF RESULTS 

The 1981-82 Girls' Golf Tournament was held at 
Elizabethtown Country Club, Elizabethtown, 
Kentucky on May 11-12. Team winner was Notre 
Dame Academy, with a total score of 725. Runner- 
up team was Elizabethtown High School with atotal 
score of 732. Individual Champion was Michelle 
Hutchins, Notre Dame Academy, with a score of 
159. The individual runners-up were Velvet Jones, 
Murray High School and Traci Boone, 
Elizabethtown High School with scores of 161. 

The Boys' State Golf Tournament was held at 
Lindsey Course, Fort Knox, May 11-12. Team 
winner was St. Xavier High School with a total score 
of 651. The runner-up team was Bowling Green 
High School* with a total score of 654. The 
individual champion was Bruce Oldendick, Boone 
County High School, with a score of 149. The 
runner-up was Rob McNamara of Western Hills 
High School with a score of 1 50, winning the trophy 
on the second hole of playoff. 

Team Results Girls' - Notre Dame 725, 
Elizabethtown 732, Murray 781 , Corbin 786, Sacred 
Heart 789, Allen County 794, Kentucky Country Day 
803, Johnson Central 807, Montgomery County 817, 
Warren Central 818, Lafayette 836, Marion County 
853, Lincoln County 867, Jessamine County 874, 
Mayfield 891, Villa Madonna 902. 

Team Results Boys' - St. Xavier 651, Bowling 
Green 654, Berea 654, Paducah St. Mary 656, 
Madisonville 657, Western Hills 659, Owensboro 
662, Boyd County 664, Harrodsburg 671 , Kentucky 
Country Day 671, Dixie Heights 679, Oldham 
County 680, Covington Catholic 684, Western High 
688, Grant County 692, Corbin 696, Warren Central 
698, Mason County 699, Anderson County 704, 
Marshall County 711, Jenkins 752. 

* Won second place in playoff. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1982 



AUGUST, 1982 VOL. XLV, NO. 1 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No, 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to ; 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President — Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 
Vice President — Robie Harper (1979-1983) Drakesboro 
Directors — Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, John 
Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman (1980- 

1984) Ov\/ensboro, Patrick L. Crawford (1982-1986) 
Louisville, Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg. Robert Rogers (1981- 

1985) Barlow, Ray Story (1982-1986); Conley Manning, 
State Department of Education Representative. 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 



From the Commissioner's Office 

PART II EXAMS FOR FOOTBALL AND SOCCER 
SEPTEMBER 13 

The Part II exannination must be taken under 
supervision. It will be given by the local assigning 
secretary and at the KHSAA office in Lexington. Any 
exception to the above must be cleared with the 
Commissioner. 

Archives 

(Continued from page one) 

The KHSAA is actively seeking any films and 
videotapes of state basketball and football 
tournaments or other KHSAA sponsored events. 
Unfortunately, few films exist of past state 
tournament games. Preservation of any of these 
films IS essential in documenting the complete 
history of high school athletics in Kentucky. These 
films will be deposited in our newly established 
Archives at Eastern Kentucky University and thus 
be permanently preserved for future generations of 
Kentuckians to enjoy. The Archives will clean, 
splice, repair, and store the films properly and make 
them accessible for viewing. 

If you have in your possession or know of 
anyone who might have films or videotapes please 
have them contact the KHSAA office. May I assure 
you that anyone donating films will receive proper 
credit. If you do not wish to donate a film, 
arrangements can be made to copy your film. I can 
not overemphasize the importance of this project 
and how we will depend on your participation. 



For more information about our Archives 
please contact Charles Hay, University Archives, 
Cammack 26, Eastern Kentucky University, 
Richmond, Kentucky 40475, or call 606-622-2820. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
JULY 1, 1981 - JUNE 30, 1982 

STATEMENT OF 
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

(These figures have been certified and we have a report on file on 
our office.) 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance on hand beginning of year $34,917.75 

Revenue from Membership Fees 
Member Schools $17,461.90 

Officials 55,242.00 

Sales of Publication 
Rule Books, Directory, Magazine .... 1 ,966.46 

Advertising Fees 

Directory 1 ,000.00 

Magazine 2,100.00 

Other 1,150.00 

Grants 
Kentucky Coaches Association 1.500.00 

Interest 
Earn from Invest., Cert of Dep.. 
Sav Accts 27,783.43 

State Tournaments 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 453,331 ,04 
Girls' State Basketball Tournament . . 37,568.55 

Baseball 6,695.00 

Cross Country 3.972.00 

Football 62,453 25 

Gymnastics 77900 

Swimming 927.00 

Track 4.481.00 

Wrestling 8,982 00 

Other Tournament Receipts 10,141.00 

Other Revenue Receipts 403,730.73 

1.101,264.36 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 1,136,182,11 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Salaries 

Commissioner 28,364.48 

Asst, Commissioners 59.464.28 

Clerks & Stenographers 22,286 82 

Legal Services 9,312.14 

Board of Control Per Diem 29,770 18 

Contractual Services 

Audit 1,200 00 

Film Rental 205.50 

Other 1,334.96 

Other Expenses 1 ,61 3.63 

Clinics for Registered Officials 5,777.87 

Administrative Travel 13,544.43 

Postage 1 0.630,00 

Printing 37,789,54 

Purchase of Publications 19.516,36 

National Federation Dues 281 ,88 

Office Supplies 9,097,16 

Expenses for Conducting State Playoffs 

Baseball 8,931 15 

Basketball - Boys 100,00 

Crosscountry 11,855.76 

Fencing 185.24 

Football 27,937 76 

Golf 8,490.57 

Gymnastics 2,885.51 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1982 



Page Three 



Rifle 900,85 

Soccer 5.303.71 

Swimming 7.179,05 

Tennis 11.195.36 

Track 37.343.07 

Volleyball 9.442.86 

Wrestling 10.48625 

Total for Administration 392.426 37 

Operation of Plant: 

Custodial Salary 3.064,86 

Utilities 9,936.45 

Telephone & Telegraph 7.453.55 

Custodial Supplies 570.83 

Maintenance of Plant. Contractual Services 

Building and Grounds 3.737.02 

Equipment 2.412.23 

Other 7,814.93 

Replacement of Equipment 164.50 

Total for Operation of Plant 35.154.37 

FIXED CHARGES 
Contributions 

Social Security 4,520 02 

Teachers' Retirement 22.637.40 

Athletic Directors Assn./Ann. Med 

Aspects 800.00 

Kentucky Unemployment Ins Fund .... 844.68 

Other 38.430 71 

Insurance Premiums 

Property 912.00 

Equipment 19.956.00 

Employees Insurance 10.044.09 

Catastophic Insurance 1 8,000.00 

Liability Insurance - Bd. of Cont. & Staff 11,978.00 
Liability Insurance - Reg. Officials ... 2,630.00 

Other 1.085.75 

Contingencies 530.210.80 

Total for Fixed Charges 662.049 80 

Total Current Expenses 1,089,630 19 

Total Receipts 1,136,182 11 

Total Disbursements 1,089,630.19 

Cash Balance 46,551 .92 

BANK RECONCILEMENT: 

Balance per bank statement June 30, 1982 53,849.73 

Less Outstanding Checks; 

No 1064 10.00 

No 1814 52 00 

No. 1873 103 25 

No. 1756 15 00 

No. 1338 32 40 

No. 1395 95 28 

No. 305 25 50 

No. 620 25 80 

No. 1334 54 00 

No 1419 34 00 

No. 558 25.00 

No. 825 16.80 

No. 860 17.20 

No. 882 38 00 

No 1024 109 55 

No 1066 41 10 

No 1083 37 50 

No 1108 191.00 

No. 1122 149.20 

No. 1192 1000 

No. 1211 20.00 

No 1226 10.00 

No. 1248 64.00 

No. 1257 41.20 



No 1275 148.00 

No 1277 345.00 

No 1277 345.60 

No 1280 36.40 

No 1281 453.60 

No. 1284 64.00 

No 1298 33.20 

No. 1309 60.00 

No 1312 40.40 

No. 1314 342.00 

No 1318 80.00 

No 1366 58.80 

No 1367 68.40 

No 1382 13.20 

No. 1390 84.00 

No. 1416 42.00 

No. 1477 30.50 

No. 1485 43.00 

No 1504 42.00 

No. 1519 141.40 

No 1532 58.20 

No. 1535 53.60 

No. 1546 141.40 

No. 1552 308.84 

No. 1553 187.45 

No. 1554 182.19 

No 1555 40.00 

No 1557 699.98 

No. 1560 72.20 

No. 1566 161.46 

No. 1569 135.00 

No 1573 443.80 

No. 1576 40.00 

No. 1585 193.54 

No 1602 683.88 

No 1603 471.19 

No 1396 40.40 

No 1444 40.40 



True Bank Balance 6-30-82 46,551 .92 

1982 BOYS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSMENTS 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance/Checking account July 1, 1981 1,029 15 

Ticket Sales 567,849 50 

Postage 740.38 

Radio Fees 12.845.00 

Program Sales 14.895.18 

Advertising Rights - Programs 17.260.25 

Lexington Center Concessions 443.50 

Reimbursement of transfer - Girls Acct 8.000.00 

Redeposlts 132.00 

Refunds 3.320.00 

Interest - Novk Account 1 .579 04 

627.064.8 5 
Total Receipts '. . . 628,094.00 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 19,645 81 

Trophies and Awards 1 .144 58 

Refunds 113.00 

Incidental expenses - Teams 14.000.00 

Transportation 1 .863.45 

Transfer ' Girls' Account 8,000.00 

Lodging 13,287.18 

Contracts - Sale of programs 1,976.25 

Meals 15,281 54 

Coliseum Rental & Additional Fees . . . 39,256 21 

Officials' Fees & Expenses 4.960 55 

Scorers & Timers 1,512.05 

Ticket Sellers, Takers & Guards 9.058,88 

Public Address Announcers 530.00 

Shot Chart Keepers & Stats 1,608.55 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1982 



1982 State Golf Team Champions 




St. XavJer High School 

Boys' Team Champions 

(Left to Right) Aaron Stewart, 

John Decamillis, Pat Barry, 

Tommie Mudd 



Notre Dame Academy 

Girls' Team Champions 

(Left to Right) Emily Doming, 

Coleen Cahill, Dawn Schuler, 

Sue Durrett 



Ushers 8,367 67 

Telephone & Telegraph 109.63 

Towel Service 268 20 

Films 787 50 

Supplies 110 61 

Hon & Exp - Asst Tour Mgrs 2,900 05 

Bad checks 1 76 00 

Soloist 107 00 

Municipal Tax 28.40175 

Hospitality Room Expenses 278 00 

First Aid Expenses 1,018 50 

174.762.96 

Transfer of Funds - amount transferred to 

K H S A.A as tournament receipts 453,331 04 

True Bank Balance - June 30, 1982 00 

1982 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance/checking account July, 1981 

Ticket Sales 95,801 00 

Postage 1 39 00 

Transferred/Boys Basketball Acct 8,000 00 

Radio Fees 1,445 00 

Program Sales 2,340 00 

107,72500 
Total Receipts 107,725,00 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 7.200 49 

Trophies 1,144 58 

Incidental expense - Teams 14,000 00 

Transportation 1,835,10 

Transfer - Boys Account 8'.000 00 

Lodging 9,950.21 

Meals 12,723.60 

Coliseum Rental & Additional Fees 3.615 64 

Officials' Fees & Expenses 3,004 98 

Scorers & Timers 805 18 

Shot Chart & Stat 280 00 

Ticket Sellers, Takers & Guards 4,483.84 



Public Address Announcers 530.30 

Telephone 101.73 

Films 799.50 

Towel Service 1 55.80 

Hon. & Expenses - Asst Tour. Mgrs . . . 1.525.50 

Transfer of Funds - Amount Transferred to 

K H S A A as Tournament Receipts 37,568.55 

True Bank Balance - June 30, 1982 0.00 

1981-82 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance/checking account July 1, 1981 13,792,02 

Interest/Savings Certificate 9.864.03 

Total Receipts 23,656.05 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Retirement Payments 4,835.56 

Balance/Checking account June 30. 1982 18,820.49 

K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS 

Cash Balance - 1 st Security NafI Bank & Trust Co . . 46,551 92 

Certificate of Deposits - 1st Security Bank 250,000 00 

Certificate of Deposits - American Bank 312.777 39 

Repurchase Agreements - American Bank 16.633 07 

Total Funds on hand - June 30, 1982 625,962 38 

Estimated Value of K H.S.A A. Building 510,921 97 

and Equipment 

Total K H S A A Assets ' ''^^■^^''^^ 

K H S A.A Retirement Trust Fund Assets: 

Cash Balance - 1st Security Bank & Trust Co 18.820.49 

Savings Certificate - 1st Security Bank 75,000 00 

Total Retirement Fund Assets 93.820 49 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1982 



Page Five 



BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. Soccer Champion - 1982 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Frank Stork, Greg Powell, Scott Kerr, Sue Mortberg, Ricky Halcher, Kirk 
Pugh, George Huffman, Brad Puryear. Second Row: Craig Stopa, Steve Sexton, Eddie Martin, Klaus 
Jensen, David Marini, Franklin Jelsma, Greg Merillat, Paul Scliweiger. Third Row: Coach Ken Gray, 
Simak Jabari, John Shattuck, Nick Cortolilo, William Wathen, Bruce Eyre, Eric Jaegers, Tom Stevens, 
Boyd Gudgel, Jamie Wyatt. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 

Middlesboro 4 

Pleasure Ridge Park 



Pleasure Ridge Park 7 



Henderson Co. 2 



Madison Central 13 





Madison Central 9 




Somerset, Kentucky 
May 27-28, 1982 



Madison Central 



Tournament Officials 

Vic Travis, Lexington 
J. Roger Dill, Louisville 
Terry Bond, Crestview 
Ricky Nash, Owensboro 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1982 



FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A GIRLS 
Kentucky Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 22, 1982 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Frances Johnson, Mgr. Kathy Perry, Sheila Beccera, Patricia Phillips, Kathy Couch, Julia 
Beccera, Joy Robinson, Gloria Hern, Gail Daniels, Dawn Leonard, Shelby Alexander, Tany Newman, Tammy Bricl<ner, 
Mgr. Second Row: Kim Thompson, Mgr. April Gilliland, Mgr. Debra UcLemore, Roberta Beccera, Kitty Davidson, Lori Luke, 
Sandi Squire, Lisa )Hicl(ol(, Tina Smith, Rosaline Norvell, Dana Walls, Sharon Santiago, Laurie FItzpatrick, Mgr. Felicia 
Thompson, Mgr. Third Row: Coach Ken Killebrew, Wendy Williams, Mgr. Kris Couch, Tracy Thompson, Lisa Turecek, 
Missy Bradford, Laurie Walker, Dee Wolfe, Kim Timmons, Lisa Thompson, Cathy Hogan, Charmaine Vasser, LeShonda 
Brown, Kim Coleman, Mgr. Paula Byers, Mgr. Coach Lu-Ann Pyke. 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Anthony, Andy, Bullitt East 

2 Gay, Caria, Madison 

3 Vasser, Charmaine, Ft Campbell 

4 Robertson, Lisa. Bellevue 

5 Shea, Laura, St Henry 

100m Low Hurdles 

1 Anthony, Andy Bullitt East 

2 Norman, Sigrid, Providence 

3 Roe, Rhonda, Paintsviile 

4 Brown, Holly, Providence 

5 Woodyard, Lori, Grant Co 

100m Dash 

1 Hendrix, Roma (10), Trigg Co 

2 Martin, Sharon (8) Madison 

3 Harris, Amy (11), Walton-Verona 

4 Sprague. Susan (12), Bellevue 

5 Barlow, Valane (12), Butler Co 

200m Dash 

1 Hendrix, Roma, Trigg Co 

2 McLimore, Debra. Ft Campbell 

3 Martin, Sharon, Madison 

4 Harris, Amy, Walton-Verona 

5 Miller, Lea Bath Co 

400m Dash 

1 McLemore, Debra, Ft Campbell 

2 Thompson, Melissa, Trigg 

3 Sullivan. Katie, Frankfort 

4 Harris. Amy: Walton-Verona 

5 Chenault. CSeneva; Madison 

800m Run 

1 Hawkins Kim, Bath Co 

2 Hogan, Kathy, Ft Campbell 

3 Stolte, Margot, Berea 

4 Turner, Heidi, Owen Co 

5 Hendrix, Margaret Trigg Co 

1600m Run 

1 Hawkins, Kim, Bath Co 

2 Davidson, Kitty, Ft Campbell 

3 Elliot, Tobeika, Russellville 

4 Turner, Heidi, Owen Co 

5 Hopper, Karen, Bellevue 



400m Relay 



46 27 1 Trigg Co 

46 75 2 Madison 

47 11 3 Todd Co Central 

48 49 4 Bellevue 
48 7 .S H Knox 



15 66 

16 06 
16,34 
16.55 
16 62 



13 00 
13.09 
13 2 
13 28 
13 33 



25 98 

26 01 

26 13 

27 05 
27 06 



58 6 

59 6 

59 7 

60 3 



2 19 05 
2 22 5 
2 23 16 
2 26 72 
2 28 3 



50972 
5 138 
5 32 3 
5 36 2 
5 44 7 



800m Relay 

1 Trigg County 

2 Ft Campbell 
J Madison 

4 Frankforl 
b Bellevue 



3200m Run 

*1 Davidson. Kilty Ft Campbell 

2 Elliot. Tobeika, Russellville 

3 Dickie. Julie, Dayton 

4 Morrison, Lydia 



50 78 

51 04 

51 78 
5243 

52 60 



1:43 3 
1 44 33 
1 46 58 

1 47 5 



1 52 



11 35 8 
12 28 73 
12 30 75 
12 58 10 



1600m Relay 






1 Ft Campbell 




3:58.87 


2 Trigg County 




4:01 


3 St Henry 




4 13 56 


4 Bath County 




4 18 76 


5 Madison 




4 20 1 


Shot Put 






1, Norman, Sigrid 


Providence 


35'8" 


2 Wood. Connie. 


Hart Co 


354' 


3 Waller. Lori, Wa 


ton-Verona 


35'5'.' 


4 Karen Criss, Fa 


rview 


333' 


5 Brooks, Minnie 


Madison 


32'6' 



Discus 

1. Rose, Linda. Madison 106'r:- 

2 Waller, Lori: Walton-Verona 99'9'!" 

3 Baily, Stephanie. Bath Co 97'5" 

4 Walker Lori: Ft Campbell 96'8j" 

5 Newby. Dora. Frankfort 96'7" 



High Jump 

1 Norman. Sigrid. Providence 

2 Sims, Cindy. Providence 

3 Neises. [3iana. Bellevue 

4 Bryant, Carman, Menifee Co 

5 Hawkins, Kim: Bath Co 



Long Jump 

1 Tooley, Sandy: Tompkinsville 

2 Smith, Tina, Ft Campbell 

3 McCormes, Karen. Ft Knox 

4 Slander. Fran. Ludlow 

5 Clemmons. Angie. Bath Co 



18'7'/2" 
17'9'/2" 

16'4" 
16'1'/V 

15'5" 



^Indicates New State Record 



TOTAL POINTS 

Fort Campbell 43 

Trigg County 33 

Madison 27 

Providence 22 

Bath County 20 

Walton-Verona 14 

Bullitt East 12 

Bellevue 11 

Russellville 7 

Frankfort 6 

Tompkinsville 6 

Menifee County 4 

Owen County 4 

Hart County 4 

Fort Knox 4 

St Henry 3 

Paintsviile 3 

Dayton 3 

Berea 3 

Todd County 3 

Fairview 2 

Ludlow 2 

Grant County 1 

Butler County 1 

Gallatin 1 



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TRIGG COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 22, 1982 




(Lett to Rigtit) Front Row: Coacti J. Wallace, S. Howell, S. Love, R. Diggs. A. Baker, A. SIggmond. 
Second Row: S. Acree, C. Turnlee, S. Neel, G. Radtord, S. Mayes, S. White, G. Mack, G. Siegmund. 



100m Dash 

1 Turnley. Calvin; Trigg Co 1133 

2 Reed, Rodney, Frankfort 1155 

3. Wallace, Darrell; Ft Campbell 116 

4. Mitchell, Bryan, Lex Cath 11 67 
5 Alley, Randall. Bath Co 1174 

200m Dash 

1 Neel, Steve; Tngg Co 22 97 

2 White, Kelvin; Ft Campbell 23 07 

3 Mitchell. Bryan, Lex Cath, 23 33 

4 Reed. Rodney; Frankfort 23 34 

5. Jacobs, Duncan; Harlan 23 44 

400m Dash 

1 Diggs. Ricky. Tngg Co 49 51 

2, Neel. Steve; Tngg Co 49 73 

3 Merrell. Doug, Ludlow 51 74 

4 Smith, Jim; Harrodsburg 51 8 

5 Jackson, Alonzo; Ft Knox 51 96 

800m Run 

1 Love, Sam Tngg Co. 1 56.11 

2 Blankenship, Bryan, Menifee Co 158.14 

3 Wise. Scott; Bellevue 1;59,5 

4 Pattoh, Greg; Ft Campbell 2;00 27 

5 Groom, Donald, West Hardin 2 01 24 

1600m Run 

1 Love, Sam; Tngg County 4 16 3 

2 Blankenship, Bryan; Menifee Co 4 24 

3 Gaynor, Gavin, Hancock Co 4 25 9 

4 Darland, Dean, Mercer Co. 4 31 8 

5 Clark. Lance, Dayton 4 37 2 

3200m Run 

1. Gaynor, Gavin. Hancock Co. 9.24.07 

2. Wilson. Mike; University Brack 9;29.2 

3 Clark. Lance; Dayton 9514 

4 Darland. Dean; Mercer Co. 9 56 7 

5 Smith, Darrell, Ft. Campbell 10:04 9 

100m High Hurdles 

1. Smith. David; Harrodsburg 15.55 

2 Mayes. Scott; Trigg Co 15.82 

3. Botts. Johnny; Bath Co. 16,13 

4. fucker. Todd. Green Co. 16 17 

5. McGuffey, David; Nicholas Co 16 18 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Smith. David, Harrodsburg 38 63 

2 Williams, Wynobie, Frankfort 29 04 

3 Stockton, Tim; Caverna 39 46 

4 Mayes, Scott, Tngg Co 39 63 

5 Botts, Johnny, Bath Co 39 66 

800m Relay 

1 Tngg County 1 30 24 

2 Fort Campbell 1 31 18 

3 Harrodsburg 133 94 

4 Fort Knox 134 42 

5 Bath County 1 34 8 

1600m Relay 

1 Tngg County 321 4 

2 Harrodsburg 326 1 

3 Fort Campbell 3 29 8 

4 Bellevue 3:31 1 

5 Fort Knox 3 34 9 

Shot Put 

1 Bosley, Keith, Madison 50'3''/' 

2 Harris, Lynn, Frankfort 49'8" 

3 Cline, Randy; Morgan Co 48'4" 

4 Mack, George; Tngg Co 48 1'." 

5 McCullough. Mike, Ft Campbell 47'8';'' 

High Jump 

1 Kivett, Walter; Somerset 6'6- 

2 Boggess, Mark; Murray 6'4" 

3 Peyton, David, Ft Campbell 64" 

4 Jacobs, Duncan, Harlan 6'4' 

5 Clemmons, Dwayne; Bath Co 6'2" 
Martin, Keith, Madison 62' 
Moore, Todd, Bellevue 6'2 " 



Pole Vault 




1 Rose, Chris, Ft Knox 


12'6' 


2 Stuart, White, Tngg Co 


12'6' 


3 Sepko, Craig, Harrodsburg 


12'0' 


4 Webb, Patrick; Paintsville 


120' 


5 Deatherage, Jerry 


11 '6' 



Long Jump 

1 Jacobs, Duncan; Harlan 

2 Baldwin, Greg, Somerset 

3 Payton, David. Ft Campbell 

4 Lykins. Timmy; Morgan Co 

5 Mitchell. Bryan. Lex Cath 



20 11 " 
20'7'," 
19'10" 



Triple Jump 

1 Clemmons, Dwayne; Bath Co 43'4" 

2 Kirk, Dennis; Tompkmsville 43'4" 

3 Alston, Greg; Ft Knox 42'10'/j" 

4 Clark, James; Pans 42'4" 

5 Payton, David, Ft Campbell 42'4" 

Discus 

1 Poehlem, John, Hancock Co 153'7 " 

2 Bagnal, Joel, Ft Campbell 152'5 " 

3 Harris, Lynn; Frankfort 132'3" 

4 Correll, Drew; Somerset 129'11" 

5 Crumble, Doug, Pans 129'6'';" 



Total Points 

Tngg County 58 

Fort Campbell 29 

Harrodsburg 24 

Frankfort 17 

Hancock County 15 

Fort Knox 13 

Bath County 12 1/3 

Somerset 12 

Harlan County 9 

Menifee County 8 

Lexington Catholic 6 

Bellevue 5 1/3 

Morgan County 5 

Madison 6 1/3 

Mercer County 4 

Dayton 4 

Murray 4 

University Breckinridge 4 

Tompkmsville 4 

Ludlow 3 

Pans 3 

Caverna 3 

Green County 2 

Paintsville 2 

Nicholas County 1 

Carroll County 1 

West Hardin 1 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1982 



NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 22, 1982 




(Left to Right) Front Row: L. Barber, P. Mann, A. Whittacre, G. Brown, Second Row: Coach b. 
Stephens, K. Hoskins, E. Kemp, G. Gibson, Coach B. Heister. 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Wampler. Monick, Whitesburg 

2 Armstrong, Jenny: Lloyd Memorial 

3. Smith, Melissa; Franklin-Simpson 

4. Gibson, Janiece, Boyle Co 

5. Brown, Gretta; Newport 

100m Low Hurdles 

1. Mundy, Kim: Woodford Co. 

2 Bolen, Naomi: Paducah Tilgtiman 

3. Gibson, Janiece: Boyle Co. 

4 Smitti, Melissa: Franklin-Simpson 

5 Acquavna, Kathy: Franklin Co. 

100m Dash 

1 Kemp, Enid, Newport 

2 Parrish. Nina: Elizabethtown 
3. Coulter. Danila: Danville 

4 Perry. Tracy: Mason Co. 
5. Jackson, Tina, Franklin Co 

200m Dash 

1. Mundy, Kim, Woodford Co 

2 Kemp, Enid: Newport 

3 Ballard, Tonya: Allen Co 

4 Jones, Latonya, Paducati Tigfiman 
5, Mitchell, Kim: Danville 

400m Dash 

1 Barber, Lawana: Newport 

2. Raglin. Pam, Bourbon Co 

3. Jones, Latonya: Paducah Tilghman 

4. Stallworth, Lafonda; Danville 

5. Edwards, Mary Lee; Pulaski Co. 

800m Run 

1 Raglin, Pam: Bourbon Co 

2 Coomer, Torina: Clay Co 

3. Wittiers, Nell; Harrison Co. 

4. Higdon, Christy. Ohio Co. 

5. Parrish, Nina; Elizabethtown 

1600m Run 

1 Raglin, Pam, Bourbon Co, 

2 Jackson, Sarah; Danville 

3. McCarty, Michelle: Bell Co. 

4. Synder, Gwen: East Carter 

5. Meece, Debbie: Pulaski Co, 





400m Relay 




46 39 


1 Woodford County 


50.05 


4678 


2 Danville 


51.40 


46.83 


3 Harrison County 


51 84 


47,21 


4 Allen County 


51 95 


47 89 


5 LaRue County 


52.12 


15.03 


800m Relay 




15.59 


1 Newport 


1:44.87 


15.67 


2. Danville 


1:44.88 


15.87 


3 Allen County 


1:48.0 


15.98 


4. Franklin-Simpson 


1:50.14 




5 Whitesburg 


1:50.26 


1291 






12 94 

13 05 


3200m Run 




13 25 


1. Thomas, Missie: Union Co. 


11:51.4 


13 38 


2 Reigleman, Jennie: Danville 


11:58.7 




3. Wilkerson, Kim; Barren Co, 


12:03.8 




4 Caroline, Missy; Bourbon Co. 


12:131 


26.28 


5 Snook, Peggy; Western Hills 


12:391 


26.56 






26.97 






27.23 


1600m Relay 




27.45 


1. Danville 


4:03.1 




2. Franklin County 


4:06.9 




3. Harrison County 


4:10.4 


58.21 


4. Paducah Tilghman 


4:105 


58.46 


5. Lawrence Co. 


4:174 


58.77 






58.94 






60 6 


Shot Put 






1. Everhart. Paula: Union Co. 


37'5" 


2 20 24 


2 Hoskins. Karen: Newport 


35'2" 




3. Hayes, Zora; Bowling Green 


35'0" 




4 Cook, Lori; Elizabethtown 


34'10" 


2:29.57 


5. Phillips, Tara: LaRue Co 


34'2y2" 


2:29.74 


Discus 




5:13.1 


1. Martin. Gilly: Reidland 


112'5y;" 


5:29.8 


2. Hatchet, Sheree; Ohio Co. 


109'4y2" 


5:30.8 


3. Phillips. Tara; LaRue Co. 


108'4" 


5:31.0 


4. Hoskins, Karen; Newport 


104'6" 


5:32,0 


5. Webb, Pam: Bourbon Co. 


103-1 IVi" 



High Jump 

1 Ottens, Sharon: Webster Co f 

2 Barber, LaWanda: Newport 

3. Lee. Stephanie; LaRue Co 
4 Gibson, Janiece; Boyle Co. 
5. Brown, Getta: Newport 

Long Jump 

1 Jones, Latania; Paducah Tilghman 177" 
2. Ford, Elana: Danville 17'0" 

3 Hicks, Ann: Western Hills 16'10%" 

4. Stewart. Gayle: Meade Co 16'7y2" 

5. Barber, Lawana; Newport 16'5" 



Total Points 

Newport 35 

Danville 32 

Bourbon County 19 

Woodford County 18 

Paducah Tilghman 17 

Union County 12 

Harrison County9 Harrison County 9 

Allen County 8 

LaRue County 8 

Boyle County 7 

Franklin-Simpson 7 

Elizabethtown 7 

Whitesburg 7 

Franklin County 6 

Reidland 6 

Ohio County 6 

Webster County 6 

Western Hills 4 

Lloyd Memorial 4 

Clay County 4 

Barren County 3 

Bowling Green 3 

Bell County 3 

Mason County 2 

East Carter 2 

Pulaski County 2 

Meade County 2 

Lawrence County 1 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1982 



Page Nine 



PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 22, 1982 




(Left to Rigtit) Front Row: B. Morris, T. Spears, J. Branham, D. Kauffman, C. Parker. Second Row: 
Coach A. Schiller, C. McNIehues, V. Copeland, D. Thomas, E. Stone, Jr., T. Long, C. Mason, Coach L. 
Brown. 



100m Dash 

1 Jackson, James: Franklin Co 1108 

2 Redd. John, Mayfield 1 1 09 

3 Branham, James: Paducah Tiigh 1128 

4 Watts, Mike, Breathitt Co 11 32 

5 Fain, Tim, Scott Co 11 38 

200m Dash 

1 Wynn, Steve, Mayfield 22,42 

2 Branham, James, Paducah Tilghman 22,54 

3 Jackson, James, Franklin Co 22,62 

4 Watts, Mike, Breathitt Co 22.71 

5 Johnson, Junior, Newport 23,0 

6 Million, Jeff, Danville 23,09 

400m Dash 

1 Buchanon, Craig, Woodford Co 50,52 

2 Brown, Lemmie 50 6 

3 Hazel. Mike 51 13 

4 Hill, Rory 51,77 

5 Farmer, Tim, East Carter 52 04 

800m Run 

1 Crabtree, Chucky, Webster Co 159 09 

2 Caldwell, Jeff, Scott Co 159 19 

3 Hamilton, Jeff: Meade Co 1 59 59 

4, Spencer. Matt, Highlands 2:01,36 
5 Ard, Mickey, Pulaski Co 2 01 72 

1600m Run 

1 Metzger. Steve, Barren Co 4 25 

2 Line, Jim: Highlands 4:27 3 

3 Boxx, James: Middlesboro 4:32 8 
5 Cauldill, Greg: Lawrence Co 4 33,8 
5 McMahan, Mike: Meade Co 4,34 7 

3200m Run 

1 Metzger, Steve: Barren Co 9:45 8 

2 Sears. Todd, Knox Central 9:49 4 
3, McMahan, Mike: Meade Co, 9:51,6 

4 Line. Jim: Highlands 10 00,5 

5, Phillips, Larry: Adair Co 10:20 4 

100m High Hurdles 

1 Branham, James, Paducah Tiigh 14 84 

2 Brown, Jimmy: Clay County 15 45 

3 Allen, William, Warren East 15,50 

4 Gormley, Mike: Woodford Co, 15.56 
5, Stowers, Phil: Covington Cath, 15,75 



300m Low Hurdles 



1 Gormley, Mike, Woodford Co 


39 14 


2 Miller, Brad, Calloway Co 


39 73 


3, Stower, Phil, Covington Cath 


39 93 


4, Ellery, Richard, Washington Co 


40 2 


5 Brown, Jimmy, Clay Co 


40 27 


800m Relay 




1 Paducah Tilghman 


1:30.54 


2 Mayfield 


1:30,55 


3 Franklin County 


1:31,12 


4 Danville 


1 33 18 


5 Breathitt County 


1 34 75 


1600m Relay 




1 Newport 


3 26 48 


2 Woodford County 


3 26 53 


3, Elizabethtown 


3:286 


4 Paducah Tilghman 


3:30 7 


5. East Carter 


3:32 1 


Shot Put 




1 Thomas, Derrick: Paducah Tiigh 


5ri0" 


2 Howard, Barry, Elizabethtown 


518 


3 Graves, John, Russell 


50-4'." 


4 Utiey, Kevin, Webster Co 


4e'4" 


5 Franklin, Marcus: Franklin Co 


46'0" 


Discus 




1 Darpel, John, Gov Cath 


150'5" 


2 Parks. Tony, Ohio Co 


147'6' " 


3 McRenolds, Dan, Mayfield 


142-9'. ■ 


4 Riney. Steve: Elizabethtown 


136-7" 


5 Lemker, Jeff: Dixie Heights 


135-5" 



High Jump 

1 Market. Kevin. Webster Co 6-8" 

2. Rippy. Jeff. Allen Co 6'2" 

3. James. Scott. Lloyd 6-0" 

4 Buggs. Gary: Whitesburg 6'0" 

5 Cooley. Danny: Prestonsburg 5-10" 
Smalley, Parnell, Boyle Co 5-10" 

Pole Vault 

1 Kauffman, Dean: Paducah Tiigh 120'' 

2 Holstein Paul, Gov. Cath 12'0" 

3 Scheller, Bill Covington Cath 120" 

4 Thompson, Bill, Russell ir6" 
5. Season. Kenny. Middlesboro ll'B'- 



Long Jump 

1 Brown. Scotty. Middlesboro 22'Vj 

2 Briggs. David. Bowling Green 21'9J/V 

3 Brown. Jimmy, Clay Co 20-10'/! 

4 Morris, Mark, Franklin Co 2O-IOV2 

5 Fant, Evans, Warren East 20-9 

Triple Jump 

1 Stone, Ed, Paducah Tiigh 44-8', 

2 Spears, Tim, Paducah Tiigh 44'5' 

3 Haire, Darnell, Elizabethtown 4210 

4 Cleveland, Roger, Middlesboro 42-8': 

5 Smith, Brian, Elizabethtown 42-5";' 

Total Points 

Paducah Tilghman 43 

Woodford County 18 

Covington Catholic 17 

Mayfield 17 

Franklin County 15 

Webster County 14 

Elizabethtown 13 

Middlesboro 12 

Barren County 12 

Highlands 8 

Clay County 8 

Warren East 7 

Meade County 7 

Allen County 7 

Russell 5 

Scott County 5 

Breathitt County 5 

Bowling Green 4 

Union County 4 

Calloway County 4 

Ohio County 4 

Allen County 4 

Knox Central 4 

Lloyd Memorial 3 

Lawrence County 2 

Danville 2 

LaRue County 2 

East Carter 2 

Washington County 2 

Whitesburg 2 

Pulaski County 1 

Dixie Heights 1 

Adair County 1 

Prestonsburg y? 

Boyle County V? 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1982 



BRYAN STATION HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 22, 1982 




(Left to Right) Front Row: T. Ragland, S. James, A. Smith, F. Canada, S. Morton, Coach R. Woodall, T. 
Smith. Second Row: A. McNeal, K. Downing, K. Johnson, S. Reed, Y. Simmons, V. McGraw, S. Baliew. 



300m Low Hurdles 

1. Bass. Alicia: Fern Creek 44,00 

2. Sander. Phyliis: Jeffersontown 46.00 

3 Bryant. Lois; Boyd Co, 46,39 

4 Anderson. Mary; North Hardin 46,49 

5 Merritt. Valori; Hopkinsville 46 84 

100m Low Hurdles 

1 Bass. Alicia; Fern Creek 14,59 

2 Canada. Felicia; Bryan Station 14,84 

3, Marstiall. Ruby; Ballard 15 12 

4, Anderson. Mary; North Hardin 15,31 
5 Tomblin. Cindy; Lafayette 15,37 

100m Dash 

1 Reed. Natalie; Henry Clay 1242 

2 Bass. Alicia; Fern Creek 12 54 

3 Diamond. Adrian; Marshall Co, 12,59 

4 Schultz. Stephanie; Doss 12 73 

5 Webb. Tracy; Ballard 1285 

200m Dash 

1. Dunlap, Kim; Shawnee 25,29 

2. Diamond. Adrienne. Marshall Co 25 46 

3. Smith. Arnola; Bryan Station 25 54 

4. James. Shaonda; Bryan Station 25,64 

5. Carbin, Caren; Ballard 26,05 

400m Dash 

1 Diamond. Adrienne; Marshall Co 56,69 

2, Dunlap. Kim; Shawnee 56,72 

3, Jackson. Joan; North Hardin 56,9 

4, Johnson. Marilyn; Male 57 34 

5, Carbin. Caren; Ballard 57 88 

800m Run 

1 Greene. Diana; Christian Co 2:17 6 

2. Sutton. Pam: Shawnee 2:18,6 
3 Leasor. Michelle. Bullitt Central 2:23.5 
4. Oberst. Alicia; Sacred Heart 2:24.33 
5 Larger. Meme. Paul Blazer 2:24 78 

1600m Run 

1. Crutscher, Nancy; Oldham Co. 5:13 5 

2 Sapienza. Jeanne; Central 5:13.7 

3. Daniel. Karen; Owensboro 5:20.2 

4. Bruner. Margaret; Laurel Co 5:26.9 

5. Fairfax. Diane; Holy Rosary 5:30.0 



400m Relay 

1 Bryan Station 

2 Henry Clay 

3 Ballard 

4 Henderson co 

5 Madisonville North Hopkins 



800m Relay 

1 Bryan Station 

2 Male 

3 Ballard 

4. Henderson Co. 
5 Moore 



3200 Run 

1 Daniel. Karen; Owensboro 

2 Fairfax. Diane. Holy Rosary 

3 Crutscher. Nancy; Oldham Co. 

4 Sapienza. Jeanne; Central 

5 Schueh. Marlene; Notre Dame 



1600m Relay 

1 Shawnee 

2, Central 

3, Boyd County 
4 Lafayette 

5, Fern Creek 



Shot Put 

1 Thomas. Dana; Paul Blazer 

2 Smith, Shawna; Marshall Co, 

3 Sweany. Gabe; Assumption 
4. Johnson. Kay. Bryan Station 
5 Williams. R.; Presentation 



Discus 

1. Sweany. Gabe. Assumption 
2 Johnson. Kay, Bryan Station 

3. Thomas. Dana. Paul Blazer 

4. Sedoris, Cindy; Mercy 

5. Stone, Janis; Shelby Co. 



48 60 


1 


48,88 


2 


49.65 


3, 


51.36 


4, 


51,75 


5, 



1:42.13 
1:43,65 
1:43.72 
1:47.65 
1:47.69 



38.86 
01 22 
09.54 
22.13 
12:30.8 



3:58,1 
4:04.5 
4:04.7 
4:05.5 
4:078 



36'5" 
36'4" 
36'4" 
36'3" 
33'5" 



130'2" 

110'6V;" 

107'11" 

1077'/," 

1077" 



High Jump 

' Card, Robin; Warren Central 
Franzman, Susan, Holy Rosary 
Stone, Shawn; Shelby Co. 
Montano. Gloria; Mercy Academy 
. Kelly Mayes; Lafayette 

Long Jump 

1 Canada. Felicia; Bryan Station 

2. Smith. Arnola; Bryan Station 

3. Coffey. Valerie, Southern 

4. Thomas, Lisa; Valley 

5. Pointdexter, Lisa; Christian Co 



177'/?" 
17'5" 
17'4% 
6'10%" 
16'3%" 



Total Points 

Bryan Station 37 

Shawnee 22 

Marshall County 17 

Fern Creek 17 

Ballard 12 

Paul Blazer 10 

Henry Clay 10 

Central 10 

Assumption 9 

Oldham County 9 

Owensboro 9 

Holy Rosary BVi 

West Hardin 7 

Christian County 7 

Male 6 

Warren Central 6 

Boyd County 6 

Shelby County 4'/? 

Lafayette 4% 

Jeffersontown 4 

Mercy Academy 3% 

Henderson County 3 

Bullitt Central 3 

Southern 3 

Doss 2 

Laurel County 2 

Sacred Heart 2 

Valley 2 

Notre Dame 2 

Hopkinsville 1 

Presentation 1 

Madisonville North Hopkinsville 1 



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BRYAN STATION HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 22, 1982 




(Left to Right) First Row: K. Gossett, T. TIchenor, M. Logan, W. Mason, Second Row: T. Hardin, D. 
Brown, O. Webb, C. LInsay, C. Burbage, K. Sykes, P. Dawson, G. Thornton, R. Champbers. Third Row: 
Coach P. Woodall, Asst. Coach S. Ward, H. Taylor, D. Locke, D. Dawson, G. Robertson, G. Glllls, D. Doty, 
D. Brown, J. Raker. 



100m Dash 

1 Allen, Franklin; Henry Clay 1094 
2, Moore. Tony; Jeffersontown 10.96 

3 Dovelas. Desi; Owensboro 10 98 

4 Coyle. Tony; Tales Creek 11,15 

5 Terry. Brian; Henderson Co. 1124 

200m Dash 

1. Douglas. Desi; Owensboro 21,90 

2 Coyle. Tony; Tales Creek 22,02 

3 Allen. Franklin; Henry Clay 22,49 

4 Moore. Tony. Jeffersontown 22 64 
5, Williams. Kevin; Pleasure Ridge Pk, 22,89 

400m Dash 

•Jtl. Coyle. Tony; Tates Creek 47,59 

2. Cfiestnut. Ron; Henry Clay 49.08 

3. Gordon. Audley; Southern 49,69 
4 Wrigfit. Derek; Doss 50,18 
5, Bryant. Kevin; Henderson Co 50 19 

800m Run 

1 Gordon. Audley; Southern 156,23 

2, Tichnor. Terry; Bryan Station 157 89 

3, Briscoe. Derrick. Ballard 1,59,08 

4, Gossett. Kurts; Bryan Station 2;00,2 

5, Sylve. Ricky. Christian Co 201 3 

1600m Run 

1, Berry. Mark; Manual 4:20 5 

2, Collier. Clay. Tates Creek 4:24,1 

3, Qlliges. Joe.'Doss 424 5 

4 Sylve. Ricky; Christian Co 4:26 6 

5 Martin. Tim; Owensboro 4:28 5 

3200m Run 

1 Berry. Mark; duPont Manual 9:30 1 

2 Martin. Tim. Owensboro 9:33 1 
3, Swana gani. Kevin; Owensboro 9:51,3 
4 Peeples. Jeff; Male 9:54 1 
5, Whayne. Tom; Tates Creek 10:08,3 

100m High Hurdles 

1, Gray. Preston; Manual 14,22 

2 Duncan. Chuck; Henderson Co 14 60 

3 Pitts. Corey; Central 15.07 

4 Bowman. Derek; Owensboro Cath 15 13 
5, Posey, Gerald; Moore 15.53 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Bowman. Derek, Owensboro Cath, 
2, Gray. Preston. Manual 

3 Chenault. Ron; Henry Clay 

4 Smith. Brian; Fern Creek 

5 Carney. Dwight; Madisonville 

800m Relay 

1 Bryan Station 

2 Henry Clay 

3 Henderson County 

4 Owensboro 

5 Jeffersontown 



Long Jump 

37,22 1 Moore. Tony; Jeffersontown 22'3% 
37 70 2, Nobles. Leroy; Pleasure Ridge Pk, 22'l'/j" 

38,33 3, Byrd. Gary; North Hardin 2r9'/2" 

38,45 4, Webb. Ottis. Bryan Station 2r3'/j" 

39 45 5 Jones. Phil. Madisonville 20'9% 

Triple Jump 

1 Rice. Chester 47'4V;" 

2 Robertson. Gerald; Bryan Station 45'4'." 
3, Nobles. LeRoy; PRP 44'11V;" 

4 Moore. Tony; Jeffersontown 44'4'A" 

5 Jones, Todd: Daviess Co 43'11'y 



28,91 
2896 
29,58 
31 07 
31 39 

3:20,35 
3:20,66 
3:21,73 
3:22.58 
3:24,12 



1600m Relay 

1 Henderson Co, 

2 Henry Clay 

3 Bryan Station 

4, Jeffersontown 

5, Daviess Co 



Shot Put 

1, Johnson. Stacy; Henderson Co, 53'6" 

2, Dawson. Dermontti: Bryan Station 53'3'/!" 

3 Young. Antonio; Male 50'6'/2" 
4, Odie. Joe; Henderson Co. 48'7" 

5 Hayes. Darris: Fairdale 48'2" 

5 Crowe. Tony; Campbell Co 48'2" 

Discus 

1, Dawson Dermontti; Bryan Station 

2, Young. Antonio; Male 

3, West LT; Apollo 

4 Ferguson. Al; Henry Clay 

5 OdIe. Joe; Henderson Co, 



163'9 

162'1V! 

148"'; 

147'5 
144'8'/i 



High Jump 



1, Milburn, John; Male 

2, Novotony. Gary; Warren Central 

3 Gumbel. David; St Xavier 

4 Smedley. Bob; Blazer 

5, Saunders. Thomas; Moore 

Pole Vault 

1, Munich. Tom; St, Xavier 

2 Konsler. John. Henderson Co, 

3, Ganote. John; St, Xavier 

4 Solberg. Glenn; Tates Creek 
5, Williams. Tim; Henderson Co. 



^Indicates New State Record 



Total Points 

Bryan Station 31 

Henderson County 29 

Henry Clay 26 

Manual 22 

Owensboro 19 

Tates Creek 19 

Jeffersontown 17 

Male 15 

St, Xavier 12 

Ballard 9 

Southern 9 

Owensboro Catholic 8 

Pleasure Ridge Park 8 

Doss 5 

Warren Central 4 

North Hardin 3 

Central 3 

Christian County 3 

Apollo 3 

Madisonville 2 

Moore 2 

14'0" Daviess County 2 

13'0" Fern Creek 2 

12'6' Paul Blazer 2 

12'6" Fairdale '/? 

12'0" Campbell County '/; 



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SEPT. 1982 



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Jane Strause 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV— NO. 2 



September, 1982 



$5,00 Per Year 



K.H.S.A.A. BOARD OF CONTROL 
OFFICERS 1982-83 





Fairce O. Woods 



Robie Harper 



Fairce Woods, Fleming County High School Principal, 
and Robie Harper, history teacher, Athletic Director and 
basketball and baseball coach at Drakesboro High School, 
were recently elected as president and vice-president, 
respectively, of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association's Board of Control 

Woods succeeds J-D. Minnehan. the articulate 
Oldham County High School Principal, in assuming the 
president's role. Of his election, Woods stated, "I am 
extremely proud and honored to be elected as the 
president of the K.H.S.A.A, This Is a sincere moment for 
me." 

Woods has enjoyed many other successful moments 
during his educational and athletic careers. After 
graduation from Garrett High School In Floyd County, he 
attended Kentucky Wesleyan College on a basketball 
scholarship, where he earned small college All-Amerlcan 
honors. While starting four years at K.W.C., he set many 
scoring records, most of which were later broken by the 
legendary "King" Kelly Coleman. 

Woods, after receiving his undergraduate degree in 
Economics and Sociology, earned his Masters Degree in 
Secondary Principalship from Morehead State University, 
and his Rank I Degree In Administration from Eastern 
Kentucky University 

Woods spent two years at Deming High School as 
basketball coach before moving to Breathitt County. After 
one year as Breathitt County's basketball coach, he served 
two years In the army. Then, Woods came back to Breathitt 
County to teach and coach basketball. Indeed, he did 
some coaching! 

Woods steered Breathitt County to six State 
Tournament appearances. Three times his ball clubs 
reached the "Sweet 16" semi-finals, and for an Incredible 
period of ten consecutive years his teams were ranked in 
the top 10 In every poll in the state. 

He recalls his first stat tournament trip, in 1958, as the 
highlight of his coaching career. And, his most disap- 
pointing moment? Woods tells the story: 

"We were playing Lexington Dunbar In the semi-finals 
of the State Tournament. We had all but won the game. 
Then, with one second on the clock, Dunbar's Austin 
Dumas shot a 60-footer. I turned to my assistant coach and 
said 'pack'em up. That's going In.' That was a hard loss." 

In 1967, he accepted the position of principal at Powell 
County High School. Woods who represents regions 9 and 
10 on the Board of Control, moved to the principalship of 
Fleming Counth High School In 1971. 

Woods and his wife Elizabeth have one daughter. 
Sandra, 22, who is an elementary Special Education 



teacher in the Fleming Co. school system. His wife is also 
employed by the Fleming County Board of Education; she 
is an elementary librarian. 

Consider this list of responsibilities for a busy 
schedule: history teacher. Athletic Director, head boys 
basketball coach, head girls' basketball coach, head 
baseball coach, five consecutive years as President of the 
Muhlenberg County Coaches Association, Elder in the 
Presbyterian Church, and now, Vice-President of the 
K.H.S.A A Board of Control. 

"I enjoy my Involvement with young people," asserts 
Robie Harper, theownerof this busy schedule. "The ability 
to help young people and see the results motivates me." 

Harper, who follows Woods to the vice-presidency, Is 
a graduate of Hughes-Kirk High School and Kentucky 
Wesleyan College, where he obtained a B.A. Degree In 
Political Science and Physical Education. He also played 
four years of varsity baseball at Kentucky Wesleyan and 
one year of basketball. 

In 1962, Harper began teaching at Drakesboro and 
worked as a basketball official. In 1968, he became the 
boys' head basketball coach and also acquired 
Drakesboro High School's head baseball coaching |ob in 
that same year. 

"I attempt to make better citizens of my athletes," 
begins Harper. "To me, athletics is not winning and losing, 
but rather teaching the players how to win and lose.' 

Harper, though, who received the head girls 
basketball position in 1977. has md;naged to win his share 
of games. His boys basketball teami? have compiled an 
overall record of 260-148 

His 1971 and 1978 teams both reachea the third region 
finals before losing. He is also proud of the fact that his 
school, with an approximate enrollment of 170 students, 
produced Reggie Warford. who was the first black 
basketball player to graduate from the University of 
Kentucky's basketball program. 

"I ran for the board," adds Harper, representative of 
Regions 3 and 4, "In order to have an input In regard to 
small schools. I feel I've done that. I have found that the 
Board has not overlooked the small schools, but has a 
deep concern for them." 

Harper, and his wife Glenda, have one son, Eric. Eric, 
seven years old. Is a second grader. 

"I am honored to be on the Board," concluded Harper, 
"and doubly honored to be elected vice-president of such 
a prestigious organization," 

By Randy Mills 



MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at Barkley Lodge. Cadiz, on 
Friday morning, July 23. 1982. The meeting was called to 
order by President J.D. Minnehan at 9:00 A.M. Present 
were Board members Charles Black. Whaylon Coleman, 
Eldon Davidson, Robie Harper, Alvis Johnson, Charles 
Miller, Bob Rogers, Fairce Woods; Commissioner Tom 
Mills. Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid DeVrles and Louis Stout. Conley 
Manning was present representing the State Department 
of Education. The Invocation was given by Robie Harper. 

(continued on page two) 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1982 



SEPTEMBER, 1982 VOL. XLIV, NO. 2 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
f^/1ay 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to : 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington. Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President — Fairce O, Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 
Vice President — Robie Harper (1979-1983) Drakesboro 
Directors — Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, John 
Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman (1980- 

1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Crawford (1982-1986) 
Louisville. Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981- 

1985) Barlow, Ray Story (1982-1986): Conley Manning, 
State Department of Education Representative. 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 

From the Commissioner's Office 

(continued from page one) 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Robie Harper, that 
the minutes of the April 15 and April 24 Board meetings be 
accepted. The motion passed unanimously. 

Charles Black moved, seconded by Eldon Davidson, 
to place in nomination Fairce Woods and Robie Harperfor 
President and Vice-President respectively. Bob Rogers 
moved that the nominations cease. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Mr. Minnehan expressed his appreciation to the Board 
members for their cooperation during his term on the 
Board of Control. He then turned the meeting over to the 
newly elected President, Fairce Woods. 

President Woods introduced the new Board members, 
Ray Story, North Hardin High School representing 
Sections and Patrick Crawford, Ballard High School, 
representing Section 4. 

Commissioner Mills presented plaques to the 
outgoing Board members J.D. Minnehan and Charles 
Miller expressing his appreciation for their service and 
contributions to the K.H.S.A.A. They accepted their 
plaques with words of thanks. 

President Woods introduced Joseph R. Flaherty, 
attorney, who represented Jeffrey Wayne Phelps in an 
appeal of K H.S.A.A. ByLaw 6, Transfer Rule. Mr. Flaherty 
presented the material he had complied on the case and 
introduced Prin. Allen J. Miller of Hughes Kirk School and 
Gordon Phelps, father of Jeffrey, who spoke to the Board. 
After a lengthy discussion by the Board members. Bob 
Rogers moved, seconded by Charles Black, that the 
decision of the Commissioner be upheld and that Jeffrey 
Phelps remain ineligible underthe provisions of By-Law6, 
Transfer Rule, for a period of thirty-six school weeks. The 
motion carried by a vote of 7 ayes and 1 abstention (Robie 
Harper). 



Fairce Woods and J.D. Minnehan reported to the 
Board on the sessions they attended at the National 
Federation Summer Meeting. Mr. Minnehan reported on 
the session concerning cable TV and the National 
Federation's concern of the scheduling of athletic events 
on TV on Friday nights when the nation's high schools are 
playing football games. He also reported that a 
representative of ABC-TV was interested in spot lighting 
the boys' high school basketball tournament and would 
get in touch with him at a later date. 

Mr. Mills reported that the National Federation has 
been concerned about cable TV for several years. The 
National Federation has formed a committee to study 
cable TV scheduling and they hope to come up with a plan 
to be considered by all state associations. 

Commissioner Mills presented to the Board copies of 
the material completed for the auditor and copies of the 
1982-83 budget. Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Alvis 
Johnson, that the budget and audit report be approved. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

President Woods appointed the following committees: 

Football Committee - Chairman John Brock, Vice- 
Chairman Faice Woods, Ray Story, Patrick Crawford, 
Whaylon Coleman, Alvis Johnson 

Basketball Committee - Chairman Robie Harper, 
Vice-Chairman Bob Rogers, Fairce Woods. Charles Black 
Eldon Davidson, Ray Story 

All-Sports Committee - Chairman Whaylon Coleman, 
Vice-Chairman Robie Harper, Ray Story, Bob Rogers, 
Alvis Johnson, Charles Black 

Staff Committee - Chairman Bob Rogers, Vice- 
Chairman Fairce Woods, Charles Black, Eldon Davidson, 
Patrick Crawford 

Trophy Committee - Chairman Alvis Johnson, Vice- 
Chairman John Brock, Brigid DeVries, Billy Wise, Eldon 
Davidson 

East Eligibility Committee - Chairman Charles Black, 
Vice-Chairman John Brock, Eldon Davidson, Alvis 
Johnson, Fairce Woods 

West Eligibility Committee - Chairman Robie Harper, 
Vice-Chairman Patrick Crawford, Bob Rogers, Ray Story, 
Whaylon Coleman, Parliamentarian - Charles Black 

The next item on the agenda was the presentation of 
the proposals from Louisville and Lexington 
representatives requesting the Board of Control to select 
their city as the site for the Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament 1984. 

Russ Anderson, Executive Director of the Louisville 
Convention Center, introduced Charles Bealer, Max Lett, 
Jim Able, Paul Wilson and Lynn Ashton. Mr. Anderson 
presented his proposal to the Board members with the 
other representatives speaking to the Board on behalf of 
their interest in serving as host to the Boys' St'te 
Basketball Tournament in 1984. 

Tom Minter, Executive Director of the Lexington 
Center Corporation, introduced Mayor Scotty Baesler, 
John Alexander and Kate Bastin of Lexington. After 
presenting his proposal to the board for consideration 
John Alexander and Mayor Baesler spoke to the Board 
members requesting that they select Rupp Arena, 
Lexington, as the site for the 1984 Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament. 

After a lengthy discussion on all aspects of the 
running of the boys' basketball tournament and giving 
consideration to all facts presented, Charles Black moved, 
seconded by Alvis Johnson, that Rupp Arena, Lexington, 
be named as the site for the 1984 boys' basketball 
tournament. The motion carried by a vote of 6-2. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1982 



Page Three 



Commissioner Mills read letters from Western 
Kentucky University, University of Kentucky and Eastern 
Kentucky University concerning the site of tlie girls' 
basketball tournament Western Kentucky University did 
not submit a proposal because of limited parking space at 
the University After a lengthy discussion on the proposals 
submitted by the University of Kentucky and Eastern 
Kentucky University, Bob Rogers moved, seconded by 
Whaylon Coleman, that Eastern Kentucky University be 
named as the site for the 1984 girls' state basketball 
tournament. The motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read the report from K.H.S.A.A. Attorney Phil 
Scott concerning the suit tiled against the K.H.S.A.A. by 
the Dayton Independent Board of Education for 
classification in basketball. It w/as stated in their proposal 
that a three-man committee composed of Supt. of Public 
Instruction, Raymond Barber, Mr. Mills and Supt Jack 
Moreland of Dayton Independent School System be 
formed and be assigned the task of devising a 
classification system for high school basketball regular 
season and tournament games. Following a discussion of 
the proposal, Ray Story moved, seconded by Charles 
Black, that the Board not accept this proposal. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills read a request from the Class 
AAA, Region III, District 1, football schools. The proposal 
states that the championship of the sub-district shall be 
determined by the won/loss records in the sub-district 
based on all district games. The Board referred the request 
to the Football Committee for further study. 

In a letter from President Joe Lee Judy of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Directors Association it 
was requested that the K.H.S.A.A. authorize the basketball 
district tournament managers to withhold membership 
dues for each school who has an athletic director for 
membership in the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Directors Association. Eldon Davidson moved, seconded 
by Bob Rogers, that this request be referred to the 
Basketball Committee. The motion carried unanimously. 

There was discussion on a proposal received from 
Supt. Richard Bowling, Leslie County Board of Education, 
concerning the selection of basketball district tournament 
sites. Mr. Bowling proposed that Section 3B, Balloting for 
District Hosts and Sites, in basketball be changed to read 
as follows: Each member school shall have the opportunity 
to serve as host and determine the site of the tournament. 
All members schools shall rotate as host until all schools 
within the district have served. In the event that a member 
school elects not to serve as the host it shall move to the 
next year of rotation. The same equal process of rotation 
shall be repeated after all member schools have served. 
Robie Harper, moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that this 
proposal be referred to the Basketball Committee for 
study. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read a letter from John Radjunas. Executive 
Secretary of the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association, requesting that the Board of Control examine 
By-Law 32, Post-Seasonand All-Star Games, as they feel it 
has presented problems for the athletes who play on teams 
at summer camps and play in all-star games. Eldon 
Davidson moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that this 
request be referred to the All-Sports Committee for further 
study. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills read a letter from Prin. Barney 
Thweatt, Christian County High School, concerning the 
eligibility of Brad Swinney. After a discussion by the Board 
members, Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Eldon 



Davidson, that By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, be waived in this 
case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Charles Black made a motion that Jean Batsel, who 
will be leaving the K.H.S.A.A. after 25 years, be 
commended for her years of loyal service. The motion was 
seconded by Eldon Davidson and passed unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Brigid DeVries reported to 
the Board the results of a golf survey to determine whether 
or not the schools wanted the golf tournament played in 
the spring or fall. The survey showed that 70 school 
representatives voted for spring and 70 voted for fall. Bob 
Rogers moved, seconded by Robie Haroper, that this be 
referred to the All-Sports Committee. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

The Track and Field Committee requested that the 
Board of Control authorize a survey to determine whether 
or not the schools would like to keep the sectional track 
meet as part of the qualifying system for the state meet. 
Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by Ray Story, that this be 
referred to all the All-Sports Committee. The motion 
carried by a vote of 7-1. 

Brigid DeVries requested that the Board recommend a 
tee structure for track officials. Alvis Johnson moved, 
seconded by Robie Harper, that this request be referred to 
the All-Sports Committee. The motion carried by a vote of 
7-1 

(continued on page ten) 



TEAM RESULTS 

982 State Tennis 
Championships 

Boys 

St Xavier 9 

Trinity 8 

Franklin-Simpson 5 

Apollo 4 

Ballard 4 

Central 4 

6 Eastern 4 

1 Henry Clay 4 

6 Male 4 

5 Marion County 4 

Paducah Tilghman 4 

Bowling Green 3 

Mason County 3 

Russellville 3 

Tates Creek 3 

Barbourville 2 

Beechwood 2 

Christian County 2 

Daviess County 2 

Erianger 2 

Henderson County 2 

Murray 2 

Bryan Station 1 

Bath County 

Doss 

Elizabethtown 

Ft. Thomas Highlands ... 

Harrodsburg 

Knox Central 

Paul Blazer 

Pleasure Ridge Pk 

Prestonsburg 

Scott County 

Western 




Girls - 



Tates Creek 1 

Ballard 1 

Lone Oak 

Sacred Heart 

Elizabethtown 

Henry Clay 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Campbell County 

Mad North Hopkins 

Scott County 

Christian County 

Danville 

Henderson County 

Russell 

St. Camillus 

Taylor County 

Villa Madonna 

Owensboro 

Paul Blazer 

Western 

Angela Merici 

Apollo 

Auburn 

Male 

Marion County 

Mercy 

St. Patrick 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1982 



Twenty-Third Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Doubles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 27-29, 1982 



Sacred Heart 





Sacred Heart 


Sacred Heart 


Sacred Heart 


Sacred Heart 






Scott County 








6 Vera WilMarrs Scot, County 


6-0 6-0 

Lone Oak 


SEEDED PLAYERS 
Bowling Green 




8 ^''^ 


Lone Oak 


Sacred Heart 
Tales Creek 




10 Donna Ingham 


6-1 6-0 
Tales Creek 








12. Suzie Wilkins 


6-7 6-1 6-4 

Ballard 




13 DawnD. Orio Mercy 

14 Maureen Carrigan 




6-2 5-7 6-3 

Henderson County 








16 Ellen Cox 


Russell 










18 Elizabeth Van Antwert 


6-4 6-1 
Tales Creek 








20. Jennifer Rogers 


6-0 6-0 
Henderson 




21 Patnc.aMahon Henderson 

22 Sue Ann Bird 




6-3 6-3 

Tales Creek 








24 Susan Erb Villa Madonna 


6-1 6-1 
Tales Creek 




25 Mary Elliott ^ 

26 Laura Ramey 




6-4 6-2 
Tales Creek 




27 Ellen Dub.lier ^^,^^ ^^^^, 

28 Michelle Hall 




2-6 6-3 7-5 

St. Camillus 








30 Ana Abang 


6-2 6-0 

Marion County 




31. Marina Hayden gj Camillus 
32 Denise Metzer 




6-4 6-0 
Scott County 






Sacred Heart 


34 Rutti Gragg 


6-2 7-6 (7-5) 


35 Cindy Wallace vi/eslern 

36 Summer Hill 




6-4 6-2 
Marion County 




37 Carol Medley gn^bethtoi/. 
3B. Alesia Asuncion 




7-6 7-6 

Tales Creek 




39 Peggy Hamilton Marion 
40. Barbara Hiipp County 




6-3 6-7 6-2 

Lone Oak 




41 Marian Halliday b^h^.j, 

42 Dana Grote 




6-2 6-0 

Bowling Green 








44 Cathy Thweatt 


Tales Creek 




45. Kathy Dugger g, camillus 

46. Angle McCowan 




6-0 6-0 
Villa Madonna 




47 Wendy Brown ^-3,^3 ^reek 

48 Kim Lehman 




6-0 6-0 

Villa Madonna 




49 Susan Pausat g, p^f^,^^ 

50 Margie Sharp 




7-6 6-3 






51 Stephanie Sheper ^'"^ 

52 Connie Naegle Madonna 




6-4 6-0 

Russell 




53. Renee Goodman 

54. Allison Greene ' 




1-6 6-0 6-0 
Bowling Green 




55. Mary Ann Antwerp p^J55p|| 
56 Milzie Hoerts 




6-2 6-7 6-1 . 
(7-5) 

Apollo 








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6-1 6-3 




To.^uT^rsrn ^p"- 




Bowling Green 








11 «^^ 


6-0 6-0 




63. Sally Scent fowling Green 

64. Lee Ann Murray 









THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1982 



Page Five 



Twenty-Third Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 27-29, 1982 



1 Janey SIrause - Ballafcl 


SEEDED PLAYERS 
Janey Strause - Ballard 






Susan Sloane - Tales Creek 




Palton 








3 Kifslen Patlon ■ ScoM County 


60 b-0 


Beverly Roberts - Tales Creek 




A Bye | 






SIrause 




5 Jean Ann Wa-d- Russell 


w,. 


6-0 6-2 


Kristen Dickens - Campbell Co. 












Ha,den 




Tonya Wells - Mad, N. Hopkins 




7 Anna Hayden ■ SI Camillus 


6 1 6 1 












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strause 




9 Tonya Wells- Mad N Hopkins 










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Co„„e, 














11 Slephanie Coulter - Bowling Gteen 


62 6., 


Wells 








12 Bye 














13 Shannon Craig ■ Apollo 


6-3 7-5 








, 








14 Bye 


Wilco.in 










tS Sonya Wilcomn - Taylor County 


6 1 6-1 












16 Bye 






SIrause 


















.., 






IB Bye 


Hall 














19 Edwina Hall - Auburn 


6-0 6-0 




























21 Alesa Adams - Villa Madonna 


6-0 6-0 








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22 Bye 


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25 Knslen Dickens - Campbell County 


2-6 (7-5) 








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61 61 


Dickens 






















29 Beverly Ogles ■ Angela Menci 


60 6-1 


















111 ' ' 


Ddiguid 








31 Stephanie Edwards ■ Lone Oak 


75 1-6 6-2 


























33 Leigh Caldwell ■ Villa Madonna 


Ballard 










34 Joy Beasley ■ Owensboro 


12" 














35 M.chelle Anderson - Si Camillus 


3 6 6 3 6 2 










36 Heather Nunnelley Danville 


6-0 6-0 
















37 Kim Ma»on - Bowling Gteen 


6 2 6 1 














38 Duslin Weeks - Paul Blaier 


Evans 


E.ans 








39 Bye 


6-0 6-3 












40 Allison Evans - Ballard 


6-0 6-3 




Arnold 






41 Bye 




















Pralher 














43 Bye 












44 Calhenne Prather - Scolt County 








45 Bye 




60 60 
















46 Betsy Haverstock - Male 


... 


ttmoio 








47 Bye 


6-0 6-0 












48. Kim Arnold 
















2-6 6 3 6-2 














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63 6-0 




























53 Bye 


6-2 6-1 














54 Kelly Klebba - Mercy 


„„pe. 


Hupe-I 








55 Bye 


6-2 6-0 












56 Julie Rupert ■ Boyd County 














57 Bye 


6-0 6-1 














Slanfield 
















6-0 6-3 


Sloane 








60 Ten Slanfield - Elizabeltilown 








61 Bye 




61 6-0 














Sloane 


Sloane 








53 Bye 


6-0 6-0 








64. Susan Slone - Tales Creek 





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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1982 



Forty-Ninth Annual Kentucky High School 

Boys Doubles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 27-29, 1982 





Eastern 


Eastern 


Eastern 


SEEDED PLAYERS 


4. ^'^ 


Bowling Green 


Central 
Eastern 




6. Mark Turner - Bowling Green 


5-7 6-2 6-1 
Trinity 


Tales Creek 




Murray 
Trinity 
Henry Clay 


8. Steve Clark • Bath Co. 


6-1 6-3 
Trinity 




Apollo 


10. Jell Chou - Trinity 


6-1 3-6 6-2 
Tales Creek 








12. Hart Moore - Harrodsburg 


6-1 6-0 
Lloyd 




13. Kevin Lindeman 

14. Bob Dobbins - Lloyd 




6-3 6-1 
Tales Creek 








16. Dan Rascoe - Apollo 


6-4 7-5 
Tales Creek 




17. Greg Mills 

18. Steve Carroll - Tales Creek 


Eastern 




7-6 (7-3) 6-7 
(6-8) 6-3 

Central 




19 Brian Thomas 




20. Mike Argabrlght - Ellzabethlown 


6-2 6-0 
Mason County 




21. Tony Anthony 

22. Richard Brown - Mason Co. 




6-0 6-1 
Henry Clay 








24. Gerald Stanllll - Doss 


7-5 6-3 
Henry Clay 




25. Kel Lange 

26. Whitney Page - Henry Clay 




6-3 6-4 
St. Xavier 








28. Brian Ozler - SI. Xavler 


6-1 2-6 6-3 
Paducah Tilghman 








30. Jim Seabury - Paducah Tilghman 


6-3 6-3 
Murray 








32. Sam Holt - Marion Co. 


6-3 6-1 
Bowling Green 






Eastern 


34. Tony Fernandez - Bowling Green 


6-1 3-6 9-7 


35. Grant Felice 

36. Bobby Collins - Mason Co. 




6-4 6-2 
Murray 






. 


38. Brad Long - Harrodsburg 


6-4 7-5 
SI Xavier 








40. Robert Slout - Murray 


6-2 7-6 (7-5) 
Lloyd 




41. Joey Hibbs 

42. Skip Coltrell - Pleasure Ridge Pk 




6-4 6-1 
Central 








44. Steve Albers - Lloyd 


7-6 (7-4) 4-0 
SI. Xavier 




45. Karl Russ 

46. Mike Mehlbauer - Trinity 




6-1 6-0 
Apollo 




47. Joe Dougherty 

48. James GRohmann - St. Xavler 




6-0 6-0 
Henry Clay 








50. Brett Caller - Henry Clay 


6-4 6-4 




51. Jimmy Daniels 

52. Marly Stephens - Paul Blazer 




6-1 6-1 
Apollo 




53. Jell Ray 

54. David Thompson - Bath Co. 




6-3 6-0 
Central 








56. Robby Baggett - Apollo 


6-0 6-0 
Tilghman 




57 Jim Ball 

58. Paul Boone - Marlon Co. 




6-4 6-4 




59. Tommy Whillon - Paducah 




60. Cooper Hipp Tilghman 


7-5 4-6 6-1 
Central 




61. Brad Everett 

62. Thad Cosby - Doss 




6-0 6-0 




63. Greg Daubard 

64. Ed Ballelsen - Central 




6-0 6-2 





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Page Seven 



Forty-Ninth Annual Kentucky High School 

Boys Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 27-29, 1982 



SEEDED PLAYERS 
Malt Fones - Simpson 
Sieve Price - Ballard 
Charles Beckman - Trinity 
Todd Arlerburn - Male 







eTe. 


B.J Burton - Russellville 




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Andrew Varga - St. Xavier 
p^i^.p Scoll Hirt - Henderson Counly 




Rudd 






Rudd 










5 Robert Rudd Paducah T.lghman 




Kurt Swauger - Bryan Station 




Bob Zeigler - Beechwood 




Conyers 






7 Glen Conyers ■ Balh County 


Gomel 








B Bye 


^ 


6 1 6 2 








9 Tim Gomel - SI Xavier 












„ 








11 Giinn Slarks - Western 


Yeagle 








12 Bye 










13 Bob Hamilton - Prestonsburg 
















Yeagle 










BecKman 








16 Bye 


Bcchmin 


MtCkman 








17 Charles Beckman Tnnity 












Reed 








19 Scott Reed - Lloyd 


Lancasler 








20 bye 


Bur in 












21 Ross Burgin - Harrodsburg 




Beckman 








22 By 


..„.. 










Hill 










Hill 








25 Scott Hill - Henderson Counly 
















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Hanks 










n-r: 








29 Kurt Swsug«r - Bryan Station 










Varga 






"sTU 










Z.egle, 










tr:-. 








33 Dawid Showaltei ■ Scoti Counly 










Ziegle, 








35 RobZiegler Beechwood 










36 Darryl Grimes Bath County 


Ve,.„. 












37 Chris Ensslin - Kno» County 












38 Franti Vermesse Marion County 


Vaiga 








39 Mar Menendez - Paducah Tilghman 












Ellice 


2 6 6-3 6 3 






41 Bye 














Engelhard 








43 Bye 


Arterburn 








44 Gcott Engelhard - Highlands 


Haicheit 








45 Bye 














46 Bill Hatchett ■ Harrodsburg 


Arterburn 








47 Bye 


Middlelon 








48 Todd Arterburn - Male 


Middlelon 








49 Bye 












Franklin 










Burton 


























Fones 










Buron 








55 Bye 


1 Hyde 








56. Billy Jetl Burton- Russellvilte 


T Hyde 








57. Bye 












Hendricks 










6-2 7-6 (7-2) 








60 Jim Hendricks ■ Lloyd 


Ruelt 








61 Bye 












Fones 


















64 Mati Fones - Franklin-Simpson 







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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1982 



Basketball Clinics 

October 4 — Somerset High Scliool (Somerset) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 5 — Bell County High School (Pinevllle) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 6 — Hazard High School (Hazard) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 7 — Prestonsburg High School (Prestonsburg) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 11 — Morehead State University (Morehead) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 12 — UK Community College (Ashland) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 13 — Mason County High School (Maysville) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 14 — Holmes High School (Covington) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 18 — Apollo High School (Owensboro) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 19 — Paducah Tilghman High School (Paducah) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 20 — Murray High School (Murray) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 21 — Hopkinsville High School (Hopkinsville) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 25 — Bowling Green High School (Bowling 

Green) 7:00 p.m. 
October 26 — Durrett Annex (Louisville) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 27 — Elizabethtown High School (Elizabethtown) 

7:00 p.m. 
October 28 — Henry Clay High School (Lexington) 

7:00 p.m. 



VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION 

The K.H.S.A.A. will sponsor regional and state 
volleyball touranments in October, 1982. The 
regional touranments will be held during the week 
of October 18, and the State Tournament is 
scheduled for October 29 & 30 at the University of 
Kentucky, Lexington. The manager will be Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L DeVries. 

The region, sites and teams assigned to each 
are listed below: 

Region I (at Fairdale High School) - Angela 
Merici, Beth Haven, Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy 
Rosary, Pleasure Ridge Park, Presentation, Valley, 
Shawnee, Western; 

Region II (at Iroquois High School) - 
Assumption, Atherton, Brown, Central, Iroquois, 
Kentucky Country Day, Male, Manual, Ninth & O., 
Mercy, Southern; 

Region III (at Ballard High School) - Ballard, 
Christian Academy, Eastern, Fern Crek, 
Jeffersontown, Moore, Oldham County, Sacred 
Heart, Seneca, Waggener; 

Region IV (at Dixie Heights) - Beechwood, 
Dixie Heights, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, 
Ludlow, Notre Dame, St. Henry, Scott, Simon 
Kenton, Villa Madonna; 

Region V (at Campbell County High School) - 
Bellevue, Boone County, Bishop Brossart, 
Campbell County, Conner, Dayton, Highlands, 
Newport, Our Lady of Providence, Walton Verona; 

Region VI (at Morehead University) Fairview, 
Hazel Green, Montgomery County, McCreary 
Central, Oneida Baptist, Paul Blazer, Rowan 
County, Sheldon Clark, Woodford County. 



BASKETBALL ASSIGNING 
SECRETARIES 1982-83 



Jim Henley, Route 1, Bardwell 42023, (Res) 502/628- 
3536 (Bus) 628-5476; Bill Burton, P O Box 217, Eddyville 
42038 (Res) 502/388-9980, (Bus) 965-3308; Jerry Kimmel, 
Box 86, Beechmont 42323, (Res) 502/476-2656; William 
IVIeadors, 784 Covington Avenue, Bow/ling Green 42101, 
(Res) 502/842-4141, (Bus) 745-3347; Howard Gardner, 810 
McCullum Avenue, Elizabethtown 42701, (Res) 502/765- 
6273; Pete Mattingly, 1514 Cardinal Drive, Louisville 
40213, (Res) 502/459-5793, (Bus) 458-2129; Carol Funk. 
833 Parkway Drive, Louisville 40217 (Res) 502/637-7893, 
(Bus) 581-3719; Roy Winchester, Bethlehem 40007, (Res) 
502/845-5040; Bob Miller, 197 Holiday Lane, Fort Thomas 
41075, (Res) 606/441-5885, (Bus) 292-3064; Howard 
Rogers, 17 Maryland Avenue, Winchester 40391, (Res) 
606/744-1 785, (Bus) 293-3065; Bobby Flynn, 428 McKenna 
Court, Lexington 40505, (Res) 606/299-5902, (Bus) 278- 
9310; Charles E. Hall, Rt. 2, Winterhawk, Danville 40422, 
(Res) 606/236-881 1 , (Bus) 236-2604; Ray Canady, Box 244, 
Barbourville 40906, (Res) 606/546-4765, (Bus) 546-4175; 
Don Stacy, RR 1, Box 385, Hazard 41701, (Res) 606/439- 
4605, (Bus) 436-3632, 3522, or 2332, Paul Dotson, Box 83, 
Belfry 41514, (Res) 606/631-1841, (Bus) 353-7230, 7239; 
Bobby F. Crager, 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods 41139, 
(Res) 606/836-6069, (Bus) 836-8186. 



VOLLEYBALL COMMITTEE 
MEETING MINUTES 

The 1982-83 Volleyball Committee met on Tuesday, 
July. 20, 1982, at the K.H.S.A.A. office in Lexington. 
Assistant Commissioner Brigid DeVries called the meeting 
to order at 10:00 A.M. Committee members present were: 
Margi McKenna, Donna Wolfe, Joan Mitchell, Susie Sigler 
and Bunny Daugherty. 

The first order of business was a discussion on the 
regional and state tournament sites. There are six regional 
sites with possible changes in three sites. The Committee 
members will work on setting up the questionable sites in 
their respective areas. There are a few schools that 
participated in volleyball last year but will not participate 
this year and Woodford County will move from Region III 
to Region VI. 

In reviewing the information sheet for regional 
tournaments it was decided to takeout item #V "Uniforms" 
with the rest of the items listed staying the same. A few 
corrections are to be made on the "Information Sheet for 
State Tournament Program" form that will be sent to all 
regions. The regional dates will be October 22-23 and the 
state tournament is scheduled for October 29-30, 1982. 

The stale tournament site was discussed with a 
recommendation that the site be changed to Northern 
Kentucky University with Louisville a possible site for the 
future. 



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Page Nine 



Brigid DeVries discussed the following number of 
items of concern in managing tfie state tournament: 1. 
getting officials for the length of the tournament, 2. the 
number of registered KH.S.AA. officials in volleyball, 3. 
the cost of the regional and state tournaments. There was a 
lengthy discussion on the value of obtaining ads for the 
regional and state programs which help offset the cost of 
the tournaments. This solution has worked well at two of 
the regional sites. 

The Committee agreed on three different types of play 
that should be presented to the Board of Control for their 
consideration: 1 . pool play, same as last year, with the site 
being Northern Kentucky University, 2. pool play with |ust 
the regional winners going to the state tournament with 
the site being Northern Kentucky University, 3. double 
elimination play for regional and state tournaments, with 
winner and runner-up going to the state, and Northern 
Kentucky University being the site. A fourth and least 
desirable playoff system would be a single elimination 
tournament playing 3 out of 5 games. 

Brigid DeVries suggested after reviewing the state 
tournament information sheet, that if Northern Kentucky 
University is selected as the site that a map or diagram be 
enclosed with the information sheet to show locations for 
lodging and restaurants. 

Brigid DeVries informed the Committee members 
about the change in format for registering officials. There 
will be no deadline for registering new officials and the 
officials who wish to renew their registration have been 
informed of a registration deadline. The 1982 volleyball 
clinics are as follows: August 16, Bowling Green High 
School, 5:30 P.M.; August 17, Durrett Annex, Louisivlle, 
5:30 P.M.; August 24, Alumni Gym, University of Kentucky, 
Lexington, 6:00 P.M.; August 25, Newport High School, 
6:00 P.M. 

Assistant Commissioner DeVries will change the 
format of her clinics which will begin with a review of all 
rule changes and play situations and then move to the 
gymnasium for visual instruction for officials during a 
scrimmage game (recommended participants, umpires, 
referees, scorers and line judges). 

The next item on the agenda included rule changes in 
the National Federation rule book with special emphasis 
on 9-7-1. 

The Committee recommended that the Board of 
Control, for next year, consider changing the limit on 
number of matches from 15 to 18 or 20. The 15 match limit 
eliminates conference matches, in Northern Kentucky. 

A tentative meeting was set for Monday, August 2, 
1982, 10:00 A.M. at the KH.S.AA. office in Lexington, to 
discuss the tie breaking procedure if necessary. 

There being no further business the meeting 
adjourned. 

1982-83 Cross Country Regions 

The regional sites, managers and teams are assigned 
to each class are listed below. Each school listed will 
receive from the regional manager an information sheet 
and entry form to the meet 

CLASS A GIRLS 

Marshall Co. Region (Ed Postel, Marshall Co. H.S.) 
Crittendent Co., Ft. Campbell, Fulton, Fulton Co., 
Providence, University Heights, St. Mary, Trigg Co.. Heath 

West Hardin Reg. (Bobby Williams, W. Hardin H.S.) 
Bardstown, Edmonson Co., Ft, Knox, Immanuel Luthern, 
Kentucky Country Day, Portland Christian, Spencer Co., 
Caverna, Trimble Co., West Hardin, Hancock Co. 



Harrison Co. Reg. (Joe Judy. Harrison Co H.S.) 
Anderson Co., Augusta, Carroll Co., Lexington Catholic, 
Model, Nicholas Co., Owen Co. 

Danville Reg. (E. G. Plummer, Danville H S ) Berea, 
Corbin, Garrard Co . Harrodsburg. Kentucky School F/T 
Deaf, Somerset. Tompkinsville, Oneida Inst., Mercer Co 

Paintsville Reg. (Frank McKlavic, Paintsville H.S ) 
Magoffin Co., Paintsville, Phelps, Red Bird, Riverside 
Christian, Virgie, Buckhorn, Hazard 

Bath County Reg. (Tim Bailey, Bath Co. H S.) Hazel 
Green, Lee Co , Menifee Co, Morgan Co . University 
Breckinridge. Bath Co., Elliott Co, 

Dayton Reg. (Barry Binkley, Dayton H.S.) Beechwood. 
Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Dayton, Gallatin Co , Grant 
Co., Holy Cross Silver Grove, Walton Verona 

CLASS AA GIRLS 

Marshall Co. Reg. (Ed Postel, Marshall Co H S) 
Calloway Co., Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Union Co , 
Webster Co., Ohio Co., Owensboro Catholic 

West Hardin Reg. (Bobby Williams, West Hardin H S ) 
Elizabethtown, Grayson Co., LaRue Co.. North Bullitt. 
Barren Co.. E Hardin, Meade Co., Breckinridge Co. 

Harrison Co. Reg. (Joe Judy, Harrison Co. H.S) 
Harrison Co . Jessamine Co., Mason Co., Woodford Co , 
Franklin Co., Scott Co. Western Hills 

Danville Reg. (E G. Plummer, Danville H.S ) Adiar Co , 
Boyle Co , Danville, Lincoln Co., Taylor Co , Russell Co 

Knox Central Reg. (Tommy Smith, Knox Central H S ) 
Bell Co., Knott Co., Knox Central, Clay Co . Breathitt Co., 
Middlesboro, McCreary Central, Whitesburg, Whitley Co, 

Bath Co. Reg. (Tim Bailey, Bath Co, H.S.) Bourbon Co., 
Estill Co., Montgomery Co., Rowan Co 

Dayton Reg. (Barry Binkley, Dayton H.S ) Dixie Heights. 
Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Scott, Simon-Kenton, Conner 

Boyd Co. Reg. (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S.) East 
Carter, Lewis Co.. Russell, West Carter, Johnson Central. 
Sheldon Clark 

CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Daviess Co. Reg. (Tony Rowe, Daviess Co. H.S.) Daviess 
Co., Henderson Co , Owensboro, Apollo 

Marshall Co. Reg. (Ed Postel, Marshall Co H.S) 
Bowling Green, Christian Co., Hopkinsville, Madisonville 

St. Xavier Reg. (Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier H.S.) Atherton, 
Butler, Central. Evangel, Iroquois, Male, Manual, Sacred 
Heart, Shawnee, Presentation Academy 

Trinity Reg. (Richard Rostel, Trimly H.S ) Assumption, 
Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown. Mercy 
Academy, Moore, Seneca, Waggener 

Western Reg. (Alice Brutscher, Western H S ) Angela 
Merici, Bishop David, Doss, Fairdale, Ninth & O, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, Western, Holy 
Rosary 

Shelby Co. Reg. (Larry Wingfield, Shelby Co. H.S ) Bullit 
Central, Marion Co, North Hardin, Oldham Co, Nelson 
Co 

Harrison Co. Reg. (Joe Judy, Harrison Co H.S ) Boone 
Co., Bryan Station, Campbell Co , Henry Clay, Holmes, 
Lafayette, Laurel Co., Notre Dame. Tales Creek 

Boyd Co. Reg. (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co H S.) Boyd Co., 
Clark Co., Madison Central, Paul Blazer 

CLASS A BOYS 
Daviess Co. Reg. (Tony Rowe, Daviess Co. H S.) 
Bremen, Central City, Drakesboro, Frederick Fraize, 
Graham, Greenville, Hancock Co., Muhlenberg Central, 
Trinity (Whitesville) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1982 



Class A Boys 

(Continued) 

Marshall Co. Reg. (Ed Postel, Marshall Co. HSJ 
Crittenden Co., Ft, Campbell, Fulton, Fulton Co., Lyon 
Co., Providence, St. Mary, Trigg Co., University Heigtnts, 
Heatti, Soutti Hopkins 

West Hardin Reg. (Bobby Williams, West Hardin H.S.) 
Bardstown, Caverna, Edmonson Co., Ft. Knox, Green Co., 
Immanuel Lutheran, Kentucky Country Day, Portland 
Christian, Spencer Co., West Hardin, Trimble Co. 

Danville Reg. (E. G. Plummer, Danville H.S) 
Campbellsville, Corbin, Garrard Co., Harrodsburg, 
Kentucky School F/T Deaf, Metcalfe Co., Oneida Institute, 
Somerset. Tompkinsville, Williamsburg, Mercer Co. 

PalntsvJIle Reg. (Frank McKlavic, Paintsville H.S.) Betsy 
Layne, Buckhorn, Hazard. Jackson, Jenkins, Magoffin 
Co., Paintsville, Phelps, Red Bird, Riverside Christian, 
Virgie, Allen Central 

Bath Co. Reg. (Tim Bailey, Bath Co. H.S.) Fleming Co., 
Hazel Green, Lee Co., Maysville, Bath Co., Menifee Co., 
Morgan Co , Tollesboro, University Breckinridge, Wolfe 
Co , Elliott Co 

Harrison Co. Reg. (Joe Judy. Harrison Co. H.S.) 
Anderson Co , Augusta, Carroll Co., Frankfort, Lexington 
Catholic, Madison, Millersburg Military Institute, Model, 
Nicholas Co , Owen Co., Sayre, Williamstow/n 

Dayton Reg. (Barry Binkley, Dayton H.S.) Beechwood, 
Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Covington Latin, Daton, 
Gallatin Co., Grant Co., Holy Cross, Ludlovu, St. Henry 
Sliver Grove, Walton-Verona 

CLASS AA BOYS 

Marshall Co. Reg. (Ed Postel. Marshall H.S.) Calloway 
Co , Mayfield, Ohio Co., Paducah Tilghman, Union Co., 
Webster Co.. Owensboro Catholic 

West Hardin Reg. (Bobby Williams, West Hardin H S ) 
Bieckmndge Co. North Bullitt, Barren Co., Meade Co, 
Washington Co , Elizabethtown, E. Hardin, LaRue Co 

Harrison Co. Reg. (Joe Judy, Harrison Co, H.S ) 
Harrison Co., Jessamine Co , Mason Co., Pendleton Co , 
Scott Co., Woodford Co., Franklin Co., Western Hills 

Danville Reg. (E G Plummer. Danville H.S.) Adair Co , 
Boyle Co . Danville, Lincoln Co., Taylor Co., Russell Co. 

Knox Central Reg. (Tommy Smith, Knox Central H S ) 
Bell Co , Knott Co., Knox Central. Middlesboro, Breathitt 
Co , Whitley Co., Whitesburg, McCreary Central 

Bath Co. Reg. (Tim Bailey, Bath Co H S ) Bourbon Co , 
Estill Co , Montgomery Co , Rowan Co 

Dayton Reg. (Barry Binkley, Dayton H.S.) Covington 
Cath,, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Newport, Newport 
Catholic, Scott, Simon-Kenton, Lloyd Memorial, Connor 

Boyd Co. Reg. (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S.) East 
Carter, Lewis Co. Russell, West Carter, Johnson Central. 
Sheldon Clark, Lawrence Co. 

CLASS AAA BOYS 

Daviess Co. Reg. (Tony Rowe, Daviess Co. H.S ) Apollo, 
Daviess Co , Henderson Co , Owensboro 

Marshall Co. Reg. (Ed Postel MarshallCo. H.S) Bowling 
Green, Christian Co , Hopkmsville, Madisonville, Marshall 
Co Warren Central 

St. Xavier Reg. (Bro. Borgia, St, Xavier H.S.) Atherton, 
Butler, Central, Evangel, Iroquois, Male, Manual, St. Xavier 
Shawnee, Presentation Academy 

Trinity Reg. (Richard Rostel, Trinity H S.) Assumption, 
Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Moore, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener 



Western Reg. (Alice Brutscher, Western M.S.) Bishop 
David, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Ninth & O, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Southern, Valley, Western 

Shelby Co. Reg. (Larry Wmgfield, Shelby Co. H.S.) 
Bullitt East, Bullitt Central, Marion Co., North Hardin, 
Nelson Co., Oldham Co., Shelby Co. 

Harrison Co. Reg. (Joe Judy, Harrison Co. H.S.) Boone, 
Co., Bryan Station, Campbell Co., Connor, Henry Clay, 
Holmes, Tates Creek, Laurel Co. 

Boyd Co. Reg. (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S.) Boyd Co., 
Clark Co., Greenup Co., Madison Central, Paul Blazer 

1982 State Cross Country Meet 

October 30 

Time Schedule 

1:00 p.m. thru 4:00 p.m. 



K.H.S.A.A. 

5000 meters 

Boys 

3000 meters 
Girls 




K€NTUCKY 
HORS€ PARK 



Minutes 

(continued from page three) 

Assistant Commissioner DeVries presented the 
following recommendations from the Volleyball 
Committee concerning four types of tournament play: 1. 
pool play, same as last year, 2. pool play with just the 
regional winners going to the state tournament, 3. double 
elimination play for regional and state tournaments, with 
winner and runner-up going to the state, 4. single 
elimination tournament playing 3 out of 5 games. Charles 
Black moved seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that the 
Board approve the second recommendation made by the 
Volleyball Committee. The motion carried unanimously. It 
was the recommendation of the Volleyball Committeethat 
the tournament site be Northern Kentucky University. 
Assistant Commissioner Brigid DeVries was instructed to 
designate the site based upon the quality of available 
facilities. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control was 
scheduled for Saturday, October 16, 1982, at the 
K.H.S.A.A. office, Lexington, at 9:00 A.M. 

Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by Charles Black, 
that all bills for the Association for the period beginning 
April 1, 1982, and ending June 30, 1982, be allowed. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

At this point the Board went into executive session to 
discuss the rotation plan for the use of the automobiles 
assigned to the administrative staff. Following the 
executive session President Woods instructed the 
Commissioner to devise a rotation plan and submit it to the 
Baord at the October meeting. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Charles Black, that 
there being no further business the meeting adjourn. The 
motion carried unanimously. 



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Page Eleven 



RATINGS ON 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on basketball 
officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 1981-82. 

REGION I 

McGinty, L.V.. Jr.: Green, Don, Poe, Buddie; Brewer, 
Preston: Finely, Howard: Adkins, Clyde: Cash, Charles 
Carter, Mike: Morris, Bobby: Jackson, Dennis: Geurin 
Joe; Stokes, Cub; Featherstone. Jerry: Higdon. Sam 
Latham, Billy: Henson, Don; Harper, James: Miller, Harold 
Saylors, Carlee: Purcell, Ken; Murt, Gene: Paltsel, James 
Hargrove, David; Pandolfi, Tom, spahr, David; Guthrie 
Gilliam: Madding, Eugene; Behrendt, B.F:Willett, Joseph 
Grubbs, Thomas, Whiteside, Ronald; Spahr, Scott: Myers 
Fred: Williams, Greg; 

REGION III 

Barnes, Barry; Divine, Wayne: Montgomery, Chester: Hill 
James; Long, James; Nash, Rick; Wilson, Ken; Jones, Ken 
Everly, Phyllis; Holland, David; Milam, Jimmy, Everly 
Randy: Fox, Joanna; King, Curtiss, Estess, Walter 
Thomson, Cecil; Day, Jack; Vinson, Ray: Thomas 
Duward; Barnes, Conard; Davis, Harold; Cessna, Clay 
Howard, Dwight: Barnes, Roger; Askin, Ray: Brown 
David: Quisenberry, David; Trivett, Rich; Kemp, Jim 
Chinn, Robert; Stokes, Tom; Gerry, James: Norris, Ben 
Childress, Jeff; Hightower, Ed; 

REGION IV 

Gorrell, Howard; Sears, Wilson; McCarley, John 
Stevenson, Michael: Summer. Carl; Burkeen, Phillip 
Long, Bill: Murrell, Allen; sims, Russell; Lamastus, Randall 
Curry, Randall: Garden, Gene; McPherson, Lanny 
Simpson, Delane, Apping, James, Anderson, Ralph 
Chaffin, John: Webster, Norman; Hamm, Ritchie: Hamm, 
Gerald, 

REGION V 

Gilbert, Jerry: Stikleather, Clyde: Brashear, Loy: Downs 
Joe: Williams, Bobby; Morse, Richard; Wilson, Paul 
Spencer, Irv; Cruther, Paul; Durbin, Hade; hawkins 
Donald: Spalding, Randall; Cross, Roger: Myers, Ron 
Gardner, Gary: Hilton, Billy; Skaggs, Bobby; Skaggs, Billy 
Fraizer, Mack: Bartley, Joe; Cruther, Marion; Gupton 
Laurence; Gupton, George; Winfrey, Shelby: Hawkins 
Stewart, Shaw, Don; Gaddie, Gary: Edwards, Wayne 
Beard, Dusty; Thomas, Mike; Allen, Tom; Reif, harry 
Strain, Richard: Revis, David; Allen, Jeff; Purcell, Danny 
Wheeler, Milton: Wright, Gary: Elliott, Mike; Bohannan 
Allen: 

REGION VI 

Gatterdam, Ed; Hayes, Pete; Brothers, Dottle: Duvall, Tom 
Baker, Jan; Monks, Ron; Hatfield, Rip: Newton, Dennis, 
Bell, Clarence: Bell, Ron; Driskell, Earl; Weihe, Bob; Redle, 
Joel: Coffman, Steve: Stovall, Cathy; Gibson, Russ 
Latkovski, Andy; McGrath, Bob; Weber, Tom; Clark, Ken 
Brockman, Ken; Tindall, Cliff; Hickey, Tom; Eaves, Jimmy 
Lambert, Irv; Bryant, Jim; Jansen, Jean; Hourigan. Tim 
Kazunas, Gerald: Smith, ron; McAnally, Tom; Hatfield 
Dan: Gentry, Dale, Decker, Jim: Heckel, Chas: Meredith 
Billy, Marquette, Ralph; Atzinger, Phyllis; Shartzer, Steve 
Compton, Al; Heckel, Ricahrd: Reader, Bob; Taylor, Don 
Henry, Dennis: Nelligan, Mike; Brown, Judy; Laubheimer, 
Don, Szyper, Dick: Singleton, Bobby; Brewer, Chas 



Cecil, ron; Wychulis, Beth; Baldwin, Dennis; Gibson, Gary: 
Ritchie. Bill; Woosley, Don; Pearl, George; Gillespie, 
Vicky; Henderson, Roger: Strong, Chas.: Thomas, Bill: 
Hauber, Cheri; Stuedle, Ray; Backert, Tony. Emmons, 
Guy; Shake, Ken; Lawson, Stan; Sims, Frank; Hiipp, 
Gerald; Maddox, Art; Wright. Nancy: Head, Jack; Kercher, 
William: Carey, James: Holt, Tim; Peak, Barbara; Kistner, 
Gary: Cooper, Fred, Owens, Danny; Yeoman, George: 
Beck, Bob: 

Beck, Bob; Mallory, James: Smith, Arthur: Fox, Russ: 
McPike, Ray; Shepherd, Larry; Stephenson, Joe; Mills, 
John: Stober, Martha; White, Curtis: Dunn, Christopher, 
Brown, Les: Hackett, Wilbur; Ogden, Paul; Featherstone, 
John; Mattingly, Gary; Adams, Jack; Morris, Larry: Gornet, 
Mary Pat; Russell, CLem; Gilland, Lisa: Bergstrom, Ed: 
Ludwig; Bertrand, Earl; Cummins, E.R.: Bell, Sharon, 
Meredith, Craig: Yann, Gerald; Holmes, Ron, Schmidt, 
Chas.; McGavic, Ron: Salyer, Henry: Tennill, Becky: 
Kloufetos, Louis; Osborne, Vince, Page, Harry, 

REGION VIII 

Stethen, James; Gordon, Roy; Dyke, Dean; Taylor, Bill; 
Stark, Doug: Hicks, Gene; Camacho, Marcus: Doll. Allen; 
McMillin. Larry: Seavers, Joe; Lee, David: Kellan, Steve: 
Maddoz, Bobby; Williams, Gary; Feger, George: Studle, 
Ron; Peyton, William: Leep, John; Morris, J.C; Jones, 
John, Dant, Joe, Gibbons, Mike; Jackson, Steve; Mefford, 
Granville; Williams, Donald 

REGION IX 

Sullivan, Dan; Leggett, Ernie; Moore, Franklin, Hummel, 
Tom; Vories, Dick; Roesel, Joe; Moore, Bob: Thompson, 
Tom: Weyer, Jim; Smith, Bill, Vories, Gary, Arnold, Jim; 
Freppon. Tom; Uriage, Dick; Wolfe, Dennis; Haas, Tom; 
Hummel, Joe; Gabbard, Ray: Brown, Steve; Delaney, Bill; 
Bauman, Mike; Vories. Kent; Bond. Terry; Shields, 
Bertsch, Ron, Shappie, Charles: Perry, Charles: Stoker. 
Steve; Buerger. Tim; Grieme, Bill, Herbst, Bob: Grefer, 
Tom; Penick, Dave; Brockman, Tom; Thompson, Jerry, 
Meyer, Dave; Mohr, Tom; Berns, Tom; Swope, Tom, 
Hickey, Tom; Darnell, Nick, Burkart, Bob; Brendenberg, 
Tom: Yelton, Nick; Ponchot, Joe; Weinel, Tim; Bishop, 
Paul, McDowell, Ben; Rouse, Tom: Brausch, David: 
Wright, Bob; McCarthy, Steve; Coleman, Ron, Schomaker, 
Charles: Niehaus, Jenny: Morris. Edward; Hellman, Glen; 
Flesch, Jerry; Fitzer, Carl; Morns, Tom; Wooldridge, Jim: 
Washnock. Rick; Obel, Dave: Scott. Emanuel; Crittenden, 
Glenn; Jent, Dick; Strong, Terry: Schneider, Don; OToole, 
Dennis: Tyler, Reed: Kristoff, Dave: Wilson, Larry; 
Dunhoff, Ken, Switzer, Dick; Hamilton, Tom; Veach, Gary: 
Malik, Hashim: Strong, Bob: Rees, Jim; Antrobus, Andy: 
Maybrg, Glenn, Ries, Jim: Gosney, Donna: Welner, Dick; 
Smith, John; Cooper, John, Benton, Jeff 

REGION X & XI 

Hampton, Doug: Bair, David: Radjunis, John: Middleton, 
John: Jenkins, Bunney: Byars, Don; Chasteen, Rick; Bell, 
Henry; Thompson, Joe: Boucher, Larry: Cox. Ken; Devary, 
Bill; Wade, Kent: Morgan, Chuck; Picknell, Jerry; Buis. 
Mike; Lenox, Mike; Carpenter, Jasper: Sellier, Ed; 
Thompson, Tommy; Johnson, Ken; Madison, Tex: 
Angelucci, Mondo: Ebel, Jack: Catmon, Ken; Holt, Terrell. 
McClure, Jerry: Shuck, Tommy; Brown. Barry; Drake, 
John; Fritz, John: Catnon, Mike: Hainlme, Charlie: 
Thompson, Gary: Hunt, William, Williams, Roger: Lusby, 
George: Basler, Mel: Lashley, Dan; Clark, Eddie, Johnson, 
Jerry: Adams, Beverly: Brock, Jack: Reffitt, Tom; McNulty, 
(Continued in October Atlilete) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1982 



1982 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 
Early Season Questions 

PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

RULE BOOK — PAGE 27 - 4-2-2 - the second "a" should be "b". PAGE 54 - 2-3-5 - 4th line - change "invalid" to "illegal" 
PAGE 58 - 6-5-5 - 3rd line - change "receiver" to "kicker". PAGE 60 - #4 - 2nd line - delete "dead ball". 

CASE BOOK — Play 3.2.1 - In Ruling - Team "A" should be Team "B". 

RULE BOOK — Page 55 
CASE BOOK - Page 8 

In the Comments on Ruie7-2-1a Exception, the last parag 
be in scrimmage kick formation at the snap or". 
FOOTBALL MEETING FOLDER — Page 4 - second column 
CASE BOOK — Page 9 - Play 20 - Delete the last sentence. 



1. PLAY: Team A players A1 (Number 15) and A2 (Number 
20) have reported to the umpire that they wish to occupy a 
position on the line under the numbering exception. It is 
4th and 6 on A's 45-yard line. Team B encroaches making it 
4th and 1 at the 50-yard line. What is the status of A1 and 
A2'' 

RULING: A1 and A2 must report agam if they Vi^ish to 
reniam under the numbering exception. The dead ball foul 
has cancelled their previous request. If they do not report 
again and they remain on the line, it will be a foul for illegal 
procedure if they do not have 5 players numbered 50-79 on 
the line at the snap. It is legal to substitute for A1 and A2 
following the dead ball foul as Team A may wish to bring 
in the regular linemen to attempt making a 1st down. The 
situation also changes and requires players to report again 
following a charged or TV time-out, an intermission or a 
referee's time-out. Obviously, players must report before 
each down as the exception does not carry over from one 
down to the next. (2-17-2; 7-2-1a) 

2. PLAY: On a kickoff by K1 from his 40-yard line, the kick 
crosses R'sfree kicklineinflightAgustofwind blows the 
ball back into the neutral zone, (a) K2 catches the kick on 
his 48-yard line; or (b) the ball touches the ground and is 
recoverec by either K2 or R1 ; or (c) the ball is touched in 
flight by R1 on K's48and then caught by K2 on K's45-yard 
line. 

RULING: In (a), it is fair catch interference by K2. It is not 
also first touching as the kick had gone beyond the plane 
of R's free kick line before it was blown back. In (b), the ball 
belongs to the recovering team. K2 may recover as the ball 
had touched the ground and had been beyond R's free kick 
line. In (c), the ball belongs to K on their 45-yard line as the 
kick had been touched by R1. (6-1-6, 7; 6-5-5) 

3. PLAY: B1 intercepts a pass on his own 4-yard line. His 
momentum carries him into the end zone 81 attempts to 
run the ball out but is tackled in the end zone. After B1 is in 
his end zone but before the down ends: (a) 82 holds A1 at 
8's 6-yard line; or (b) B2 holds A1 in 8'sendzone;or (c) A1 
holds B2 in the end zone. 

RULING: When the momentum rule is in effect and the ball 
becomes dead in B's possession in their end zone, the end 
of the run is considered to be where the catch was made. If 
not, any offensive foul would result in a safety and cancel 
the effect of the "momentum" rule. In (a), the end of the run 
IS B's 4-yard line. The penalty will result in 1st and 10 for B 
from their own 2-yard line. In (b), it is a safety as the foul 
was committeed in the end zone. In (c), if the penalty is 
accepted, it will be enforced from B's 4-yard line. It will be 
B's ball 1st and 10 from the 19-yard line. (8-5-2a Exp; 8-5- 
2b) 



raph was poorly written. Delete the phrase"theteam must 
of 7-2-1 a - delete the same phrase. 

PLAY: During a time-out. Team A huddles; (a) between the 
inbounds marks on their side of th line of scrimmage; or (b) 
between the inbound marks on B's side of the line. 

RULING: The location of the huddle in (a) is legal and is 
where it should be located. In (b), the captain should be 
directed to move the huddle to A's side of the line. To allow 
Team A to huddle on B's side of the line promotes verbal 
exchanges which could lead to unsportsmanlike conduct. 
If the team does not comply, they should be penalized for 
unsportsmanlike conduct. If a team huddles between the 
sidelines and the inbounds marks on their side of the 
field, it would consitute an unauthorized conference. (2-5; 
9-4; 9-7-1b) 

. PLAY: R1 catches the punt on his own 3-yard line. His 
original momentum carries him into his own end zone. R1 
circles around in the end zone but finally is hit and the ball 
rolls out-of-bounds across the end line. While R1 was 
circling in the end zone; (a) K1 holds R2 in the end zone; or 
(b) K1 holds R2 at the 10-yard line 

RULING: In both (a) and (b). the end of the run is 
considered to be B's 3-yard line when the "momentum " 
exception is in effect and the ball becomes dead in R's 
possession m the end zone. The 15-yard penalty in both (a) 
and (b) will be enforced from that spot. When the 
"momentum " exception is involved and the ball becomes 
dead behind the goal line in R's possession, if the penalty 
for a foul by either team is accepted, the end of the run is 
the spot through the yard line of the interception or catch 
of a kick If "momentum" is not involved, the end of the run 
IS the goal line and penalties are enforced accordingly. (8- 
5-2a Exp , 10-3-1, 3; 10-5-2) 

>. PLAY: K1"s punt is high and short. A strong wind blows it 
back to K's side of the line, (a) R1 signalsforafaircatch on 
R"s side of the line; or (b) R1 signalsforafaircatch on K's 
side of the line; or (c) R1 does not signal. In all three cases, 
R1 IS blocked away from the ball and is not able to attempt 
a catch 

RULING: Fair catch interference provisions do not apply 
on K"s side of the line in (a), (b) or (c). The kickers are given 
the same opportunity to catch the kick on K's side as are 
the receivers The contact on R1 is legal unless it is a foul 
for being below the waist or from behind, etc. In both (a) 
and (b), if any receiver catches or recovers the kick, the 
down is ended because of the signal given by R1 . (4-2-2g; 
6-2-2; 6-5-5) 



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Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

OCTOBER, 1982 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association Audit Report 



May 7, 1982 

Mr. John Radjunas and Executive Comnnittee 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association and 

All Star Fund 
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 

We have examined the statements of cash receipts 
and disbursements of the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association and All Star Fund for the period from March 1 , 
1981 to February 28, 1982. Our examination was made in 
accordance with generally accepted auditing standards 
and, accordingly, included such tests of the accounting 
records and such other auditing procedures as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

As described in Note 1, the Coaches Association's 
policy is to prepare its financial statements on the basis of 
cash receipts and disbursements; consequently, certain 
revenue is recognized when received rather than when 
earned, and certain expenses are recognized when paid 
rather than when the obligation is incurred. Accordingly, 
the accompanying financial statements are not intended 
to present results of operations in conformity with 
generally accepted accounting principles. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referreo to 
above present fairly the cash receipts and disbursements 
of the Kentucky High School Coaches Association and All 
Star Fund forthe period from March 1, 1981 to February 28, 
1982, on the basis of accounting described in Note 1, 
which basis has been applied in a consistent manner. 

Potter & Company 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
and All-Star Fund 

Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 
for the Period from March 1 , 1 981 to February 28, 1 982 



Ky. High 
School 

Coaches 
Assoc. 

$35,335 

1.809 
300 



Receipts: 

Dues 

Gate Receipts 
Interest Income 
Advertising Income 
Transfer from Coaches Assoc. 
Reimbursement for room 

(MCHS) 

Donations 

Total Receipts 



Disbursements: 

Insurance 

Photos and Awards 

Postage and Supplies 

Travel and Meetings 

Executive Secretary Fee 

Rent 

Managers, Trainers 

and Coaches 
Ushers. Ticket Takers 

and Security 



All-star 
Fund 



9,405 
2,779 



300 
370 



Total 

$35,335 

9.405 

4,588 

300 

10.000 

300 
1,298 



38.114 23,112 61,226 



9,000 


410 


9,410 


661 


247 


908 


4,792 




4,792 


9,567 


2,833 


12.400 


3,250 




3.250 




3,800 


3.800 


400 


2,300 


2.700 




1.029 


1.029 



Miscellaneous 




81 


140 


221 


Professional Services 




1.376 




1.376 


Secretary for Executive 










Secretary 




450 




450 


Food and Housing 






7,512 


7.512 


Uniforms 






655 


655 


N.H.S.A.C.A. Membership 










Dues 




3,050 




3.050 


N.FI.C.A. Membership Dues 


135 




135 


Telephone 




2,704 


158 


2.862 


Printing 






313 


313 


Donations 




500 




500 


Grant - K.H S.A.A (Insura 


ce) 




1,500 


1.500 



Transfer to All-Star Fund 
Total Disbursements 



Excess of Cash Receipts 
(dellcit) over Disbursements 



Cash Balance - Beginning 
of Period 



(7,852) 2,215 (5,637) 



30,186 27,456 57,642 
Cash Balance - End of Period $22,334 $29,671 $52,005 

The accompanying note is an Integral part of ttie financial statement. 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
and All Star Fund 

Note to the Financial Statements 
February 28, 1982 

Note 1 - Summary of Significant Accounting Policies 

The Coaches Association's policy is to prepare its 
financial statements on the basis of cash receipts and 
disbursements: consequently, certain revenue is 
recognized when received rather than when earned, and 
certain expenses are recognized when paid rather than 
when the obligation is incurred. Accordingly, the 
accompanying financial statements are not intended to 
present results of operations in conformity with generally 
accepted accounting principals. 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
and All-star Fund 

Schedule of Cash 

February 28, 1982 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association: 

Mt, Sterling National Bank 
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 

Checking Account Balance 

Certificate of Deposit 

Certificate of Deposit 
Total 

All star Fund: 

Mt. Sterling National Bank 
Mt Sterling, Kentucky 

Checking Account Balance 

Certificate of Deposit 

Certificate of Deposit 
Total 
Total Cash - Feb. 28, 1982 



Interest 




Rate 




5 25% 


$ 2,334 


10,50% 


10,000 


15.182% 


10,000 




22,334 



5.25% 9,671 

13.75% 10,000 

13,75% 10,000 

29,671 

$52,005 



The KentucKy Hign scnooi Awieie 

Official Organ of the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 2 



OCTOBER, 1982 



$5.00 



Jean Batsel Retires 

by Randy Mills 

Although the question was posed in 1957, Jean 
Batsel remembers the conversation as if it were 
yesterday. 

"Could I interest you in a part-time job?" ask 
past Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
(K.H.S.A.A.) Commissioner Ted Sanford. 

"I answered, 'Sure, but I can only help for a 
short period of time.' " 

By most standards, twenty-five years of 
employment is not considered a "short period of 
time." 

Jean Batsel, K.H.S.A.A. Officer Manager, 
recently resigned her position after twenty-five 
years of loyal service. 

Jean's decision to remain for twenty-five years 
was, according tocurrent K.H.S.A.A. Commissioner 
Tom Mills, "a truly beneficial decision for the 
Association. Jean was of invaluable assistance to 
me in my earlier years as Commissioner. Having 
served under the two former Commissioners, Ted 
Sanford and J.B. Mansfield, she was extremely 
knowledgeable of the rules and regulations of the 
association." 




Initially, Jean helped Mansfield, then an 
assistant commissioner, sort and distribute 
basketball state tournament tickets. She also aided 
in general clerical work. 

But as the years passed, her work resposibilities 
increased. She began to work closely with the 
Association's monthly publication, The Kentucky 
High School Athlete. She was in charge of the lay- 
out and also served as an assistant editor. 

Her first advancement within the office came 
when shewaselevated to Sanford's secretary. "I had 
to brush up on my shorthand for that job." she 
related. 

In 1972, Mansfield, who succeeded Sanford as 
Commissioner, named Jean the office manager. He 
also added the chore of bookkeeping to her already 
busy office slate. "The work did become more 
involved," Jean stated, "but I always enjoyed my 
work, because it changed with each sport and each 
season." 



She remembers two of the major tasks in the 
office as the establishment of the football playoff 
system and the addition of girls' sports. "But," she 
added, "we were constantly busy." She indicated 
that the beginning of the school year, with the 
numberous transfe- students, the rush for state 
tournament basketball ticket orders, and the closing 
of the fiscal year were particularly hectic times for 
her. 

Jean will always hold the distinction of being 
the only secretary to work under all three K.H.S.A.A. 
Commissioners. "The extreme interest that these 
three men have had in high school athletics is the 
common denominator among them. They all had 
the good of the association and the athlete at heart." 
She continued, "When they had to declare 
someone ineligible it hurt them. Although the three 
men had different personalities, they wanted all the 
athletes to be able to participate." 

Jean is married to Bill Batsel, a Certified Public 
Accountant. She has four children and five 
grandchildren. 

"My husband wanted me to quit work," began 
Jean. "We have built a house in Shepherdsville, my 
hometown. Now I can cook and clean!" 

Jean, though, added, "I know that I will greatly 
miss my association with the K.H.S.A.A. and the 
many fine people that I have come in contact with." 
"While I can understand and appreciate her 
loyalty and dedication to her husband," Mills 
concluded, "her decision to leave the K.H.S.A.A. 
was hard to accept. However, we wish Jean and Bill 
success and happiness in their new home and hope 
that she will not soon forget her many experiences 
with the Athletic Association." 

FROM THE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE 



Minutes of the 

Board IVIeeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, Lexington, Kentucky, on Saturday 
morning, October 16, 1982. The meeting was called 
to order by President Fairce Woods at9:00 a.m. with 
all Board members, Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and Louis Stout 
present. Conley Manning was present representing 
the State Department of Education. The invocation 
was given by Alvis Johnson. 

Patrick Crawford moved, seconded by Charles 
Black, that the minutes of the meeting held on July 
23, 1982, be approved as submitted. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

William A. Toler, Principal of Breathitt County 
High School, and Ernest Noble, appeared before the 
Board on behalf of Doug Noble to ask the Board to 
waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, and restore the 
student'seligibilityat Breathitt County High School. 



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OCTOBER, 1982 VOL. XLIV, NO. 2 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
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for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
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Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to : 
K.H.S.A.A.. P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President — Fairce O, Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 
Vice President — Robie Harper (1979-1983) Drakesboro 
Directors — Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, John 
Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman (1980- 

1984) Ow/ensboro, Patrick L. Crawford (1982-1986) 
Louisville, Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) fvlonticello, Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981- 

1985) Barlow, Ray Story (1982-1986): Conley Manning, 
State Department of Education Representative. 

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Minutes 

(continued from page 1 ) 

Following Mr. Toler's presentation, questions by the 
Board members to Mr. Toler and Mr. Noble and 
comments from Mr. Noble, Ray Story moved, 
seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that the decision of 
the Commissioner be upheld. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Attorney Douglas A. Wetzel spoke to the Board 
on behalf of Mark Armstrong, a student at Daviess 
County High School v>/ho is ineligible under the 
provisions of By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. Mr. Wetzel 
presented the facts in the case and informed the 
Board that Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong and 
their son Mark were available to answer any 
questions the Board might wish to ask. After much 
discussion, and questions by the Board members to 
Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong and Mark, Alvis Johnson 
moved that the Commissioner investigate the case 
further and report back to the Board as soon as 
possible. The motion carried by a vote of 8-1 with 1 
abstention. 

Commissioner Mills read a letter written by 
Board Attorney Phillip D. Scott informing the 
attorney's of the Dayton Independent Board of 
Education that the Board of Control of the 
K.H.S.A.A. had rejected their proposal for 
classification in basketball and that he had received 
an indication from Gary Bale of the Kentucky State 
Department of Education that the State Board has 
taken a similar position. 

President Fairce Woods called for 
Miscellaneous items to be brought before the 
Board. Commissioner Mills reported on the 
following items: 



1983 National Federation Summer Meeting - 
The meeting is to be held in Seattle, Washington 
from June 28 - July 2, 1983. 

Mr. Mills explained that he had received 
correspondence from the Nocona Athletic Goods 
Company requesting that the K.H.S.A.A. 
recommend that all member schools include some 
type warn ng language in their athletic 
authorization forms to insure that the parents and 
players realize the potential dangers in athletic 
participation. Following a lengthy discussion of this 
request, Mr. Mills was instructed to seek legal 
counsel on this matter. 

Commissioner Mills read a letter received from 
James E. Hurley, Murray, Kentucky regarding a 
permanent memorial scholarship fund being 
established at Murray State University in honor of 
the late Rex Alexander, a former Assigning 
Secretary. Mr. Hurley requested that the 
K.H.S.A.A. consider participating in the funding of 
this scholarship. John Brock suggested that the 
Commissioner seek legal advice and then re-submit 
this request during the November meeting of the 
Board. 

Commissioner Mills read a letter received from 
Mr. Eddie Ford who was proposing a foreign 
basketball tour and was asking for information with 
regard to jeopardizing students' eligibility if they 
participated in thetour. After a discussion of various 
K.H.S.A.A. By-Laws, John Brock moved, seconded 
by Robie Harper that the Commissioner inform Mr. 
Ford of the rules and regulations of the Association 
as they pertain to such events. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills stated that he has received 
numerous letters regarding the Limitation of 
Seasons as previously adopted by the Board. He 
suggested that the Sports Committee might need to 
study this correspondence to determine if changes 
need to be made. After some discussion, Robie 
Harper moved, seconded by John Brock, that this 
issue be referred back to the Sports Committee for 
further study. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills reported that State 
Basketball Tournament ticket order forms were 
mailed to all superintendents and principals on 
October 12. 

Commissioner Mills reported to the Board that 
the third car had been purchased for the use of the 
K.H.S.A.A. as approved. Commissioner Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise and Assistant 
Commissioner Louis Stout now have the use of 
automobiles with Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. 
DeVries having the use of a car as needed. After a 
discussion, Ray Story moved, seconded by John 
Brock that the Commissioner be authorized to 
purchase a fourth automobile for the K.H.S.A.A. The 
motion carried by a vote of 7 in favor, 2 opposed, 1 
abstention. 

Following a discussion on the employment of 
Paraprofessional personnel to serve as coaches, 
Conley Manning distributed a copy of the revised 
regulations and application form now being used by 
the State Department of Education for this purpose. 
He explained that prior to employing a 
paraprofessional coach, the superintendent and 
chairman of the local board of education must 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1982 



Page Three 



(Minutes continued from page two) 

submit a signed copy of this form to the Bureau of 
Instruction for approval. 

Commissioner Mills discussed the need for an 
in-house computer. Following a discussion on the 
need and various uses of thecomputer, Bob Rogers, 
as Chairman of the Staff Committee, recommended 
the Board approve the purchase of a computer for 
office use. Ray Story moved, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman that the Commissioner be authorized to 
purchase a computer. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Wise distributed a list of 
schools that had requested reclassification in 
football. He suggested that the Football Committee 
meet to consider these requests. It was decided that 
the Football Committee would meet on Friday, 
October 29. Mr. Wise also mentioned schools that 
had requested to be re-districted. He noted that 
these requests would need to be discussed at the 
committee meeting also. It was decided that the All- 
Sports Committee would meet on Thursday, 
October 28 at 8:00 p.m. at the K. M.S. A. A. Office 
Building. 

Mr. Wise reported the following dates and times 
of the football playoffs at the Kentucky Fair & 
Exposition Center, November 26, Class A, 1;00p.m.; 
Class AA, 3:00 p.m.; Class AAA, 7:30 p.m.; 
November 27, Class AAAA, 7:30 p.m. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control will be 
held at Executive Inn East, Louisville, on November 
27, 1982, at 9:00 a.m. The motion was made by 
Charles Black and seconded by John Brock. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Charles Black 
that all bills of the Association for the period 
beginning July 1 , 1982, and ending September 30, 
1982, be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

There being no further business. Bob Rogers 
moved seconded by Eldon Davidson, that the 
meeting adjourn. The motion carried unanimously. 

K.H.S.A.A. Directory 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
has printed a directory for 1982-83. Included in the 
directory is a calendar of events, a section on 
general information about the K.H.S.A.A. and a 
listing of member schools and their personnel. 

The Directory is available to coaches, officials 
and other interested persons at a fee of $2.00 plus 
postage of 60<t for one Directory. Please send check 
or money order to Directory, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 
22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 



Basketball 

Information 



The Part II Examination for higher ratings in 
Basketball will be given on Monday, December 6, 
1982. This is a supervised examination and will be 
given to the basketball officials by the Assigning 
Secretaries in all Regions. 




Swimming Committee 
Meeting Minutes 



The Swimming Committee met on Tuesday, 
October 5, 1982, at the K.H.S.A.A. Office in 
Lexington, Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. 
DeVries called the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. 
Committee members present included: Tim Cahill, 
Terry Hile, Brian Ihuen, Jack Thompson, Karen 
Vanover, Jim Wilds and Joel Cyganiwicz. Absent 
were Tedd Pearce and Dave Webb. 

The first item on the agenda was the selection of 
regional sites. The managers and sites are as 
follows: Central Kentucky Region - Tim Cahill, 
Model High School, Richmond: Jefferson 
County Region - Jack Thompson, Crescent Hill 
Pool, Louisville; Western Kentucky Region - Joel 
Cyganiwicz, Elizabethtown High School, Elizabeth- 
town; Northern Kentucky Region - Dave Webb, 
Scott High School, Covington. 

Ms. DeVries made reference to a letter she had 
received from the Lakeside Corporation suggesting 
the possibility of the K.H.S.A.A. holding a future 
State Meet at the Crescent Hill Pool. Other 
possibilities for the regional swimming and diving 
meet sites include the Morehead State University 
Pool and the facilities at the Paris Y.M.C.A. 

After reviewing the Regional Tournament 
information, the Committee suggested the 
following changes: 

1. Under Entry Deadline, the word "mailed" be 
changed to "postmarked" with regard to the 
mailing of entries. 

2. The time schedules for swimming and diving 
warm-ups be adjusted according to the number of 
boys and girls entries. 

The Committee then discussed the State 
Information and suggested the following changes 
be made: 

1. On Thursday night, there would be open warm- 
ups from 7-10p.m. 

2. A quiet location needs to be scheduled for the 
Scratch Meeting for coaches. 

3. Under Awards, delete the sentence "There will be 
an awards ceremony for each event." 

Tim Cahill, also the state representative for 
NISCA, asked for suggestions in distributing the 
Top Ten Award Certificates. Mr. Cahill discussed 
the length of time it took last year to get all the 
names typed on the certificates which were given to 
the top ten finishers in each event. Several 
suggestions were offered. It was decided that the 
certificates would be mailed to each school and the 
individual coaches would type the names on them. 

The Committee discussed the new rule 
changes listed in the 1982-83 National Federation 
Swimming and Diving Rules Book. A question came 
up regarding the new dual meet scoring system 
which Ms. DeVries will check on through the 
National Federation Office. 

Other items included a brief discussion of the 
Model Relay Meet scheduled for December 3, 1982 
and the Bowling Green Invitational on December 
11, 1982. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 



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1982-83 NATIONAL FEDERATION 
SWIMMING & DIVING 

Early Season Questions 



1982-83 Swimming and Diving Rule Book Corrections 
Page Item 

16 5-1-2 "In nonchamplonshlp meets..." 

32 9-5-6C "... 5221, 5231, 5321, 5331..." 

35 9-8-2b Add at the end, "on back/Inward takeolfs" 

35 9-8-2C (c), "... board/wall" 

36 10-4-1 "(swimmer, coach, manager or counter )" 

50 5-4-6 Situation A Line 8, delete "has all previous per- 
formances In the meet nullified" 

66 D. Meet Olllclals 3.g. (2)(c) add at the end, "and report 
all violations to the referee. 

1. Situation: After tine beginning of the events of themeet, part 
of tfie required equipment for the swimming meet becomes 
inoperative even though it was operative at the beginning of 
the meet. The referee does not disqualify the home team 
competitors Ruling: Correct procedure. In the referee's 
opinion, the equipment breakage is not from negligence of 
the home team. (1-7-1) 

2. Situation: Swimmer "A" competes in the prelims of the 200 
Medley Relay. 200 IM and 100 Breaststroke at a champion- 
ship meet. "A" leaves the pool area after the 100 Breaststroke 
and is not present for the announcement of a swimoff in the 
100 Breaststroke with swimmer "B". Ruling: "B" qualifies in 
the 100 Breaststroke. "A" is disqualified from the 100 
Breaststroke. Previous performances are not nullified. If 
qualified, swimmer "A" may participate in the 200 filedley 
Relay and 200 IM (3-2-4) 

3 Situation: The automatic timing system fails to function 
properly when the starting report is sounded The starter 
recalls the swimmers. Ruling: Correct procedure. (4-3-1) 

4. Situation: The stroke inspector signals a violation on the 
breastroker for using a dophin kick as he/she completes the 
push off from a turn. Ruling: Incorrect, unless also signaled 
by the turn judge or seen by the referee (4-5-2) 

5. Situation: In a championship meet, the takeoff judge 
assigned to lane 3 records a false start on the third swimmer 
of the freestyle relay. Following the race, the referee confers 
with the takeoff judge, but does not have a false start charged 
to the third swimmer in lane 3. Ruling: The relay team is not 
disqualified. Both the takeoff judge and the referee must 
agree on a false start for a disqualification to occur. (4-6-1 ) 

6. Situation: In a dual meet, one takeoff judge is assigned to 
judge the lanes on the near half of the pool. Upon observing a 
false start, the judge raises one hand overhead immediately 
and reports the violation to the referee following each race. 
Ruling: Correct procedure. (4-6-2) 

7 Situation: Twenty swimmers are entered in the preliminaries 
of the 100 freestyle. The fastest 18 are seeded in heats 2, 3 
and 4, and the slowest 2 are seeded in heat one. Ruling: 
Incorrect procedure. There shall be a minimum of 3 seeded 
competitors in any preliminary heat. (5-3-5) 

8. Situation: There are 6 finalists to be seeded after the 
preliminaries of the 100 yard butterfly. The 4 fastest times 
range from: 51.54 to 52.93. The next 3 are from 2 heats 
Swimmer "A" in heat 3 has a time 53.24; swimmers "B" and 
"C" both were in heat 2. "B" was timed in 53.22 and "C" in 
53.25. "C " was judged as the winner of the heat and "B" was 
placed second. "B" and "C " qualified for the finals, "A" did 
not. Ruling: Incorrect. A swimoff shoufd be held, including 
all swimmers with times from 53.22 to 53,25, (5-4-1) 

9. Situation: Three contestants swimming in the same heat of 
the preliminaries of the 200 freestyle in a 6-lane pool record 
an automatic time of 1 48.31 which ties them for the 5th, 6th 
and 7th fastest qualifying times. The automatic judging 
equipment, however, selects swimmer "A" as finishing 
ahead of swimmer "B " and swimmer "B" finishing ahead of 
swimmer "C". Ruling: The automatic judging equipment 
shall be used to determine the order of finish, and "A" and 
"B" qualify for the championship final while "C" qualifies for 
the consolation finals. (5-4-4) 




10. Situation: An official entry card is submitted for a 
championship meet with a seeding time listed as 57.486 for 
the 100 yard butterfly Ruling: The official seeding time will 
be listed as 57.48. (6-1-3) Comment: Time shall be recorded 
in hundredths of a second. 

11. Situation: in the final heat of the 50 yard freestyle, the 
automatic timing system fails to be activated by the starting 
device. Rullng:The backup system of timing shall be used for 
this heat only. (6-6-3) Comment: If , in the opinion of the meet 
referee, the swimmers in this particular heat have received an 
unfair advantage over the swimmers in the preceding heats, 
the referee may order the heat to be reswum. 

12. Situation: Swimmer "A" using the forward start, comes 
down, grabs the sides of the block, becomes steady and then 
continues to move forward. Swimmer "B" dives into the 
water because "A's" movement. Ruling: A false start shall be 
charged to swimmer "A" for not remaining motionless; 
swimmer "B" may not be charged. (8-1-1) 

13 Situation: The referee turns the swimmers over to the starter. 
The starter gives the starting command, "Swimmers, take 
your mark. " Ruling: 1 Proper procedure. (8-1-1) 

14. Situation: In the medley relay automatic timing is used, and 
the backstroke swimmer breaks the plane of the end of the 
pool, but fails to touch the touch pad The breaststroke 
swimmer takes off. Ruling: Disqualification. (8-3-1) 
Comment: Each swimmer must adhere to the position, kick, 
turn and finish rules of the stroke being swum. 

15. Situation: After the meet has begun, (a) while doing practice 
approaches and takeoffs permitted by the diving referee, a 
diver breaks the only available diving board; (b) the first 
round of dives is in progress when the diving fulcrum breaks 
and will not move Ruling: In (a) and (b), the referee 
suspends the diving competition and, if in the referee's 
opinion, the equipment breakage is not from negligence of 
the home team, points will not be awarded (9-1-5) 

16 Situation: Diver "A "turns in the diving scoresheet well before 
the required deadline. After the deadline passes, diver "A": 
(a) wishes to change a diver or position of a dive, (b) finds an 
error in the order of dives. Ruling: (a) Illegal, only 
corrections, not changes are permitted within one hour of 
the start of the diving; (b) Legal. (9-2-4) 

17 Situation: Diver "C" balks at attempting a dive. The referee 
(a) stops the competition and announces a balk; (b) makes 
no comment and lets the diver continue; (c) makes no 
comment until after the dive has been scored. Ruling: (a), (b) 
and (c) are at the referee's discretion. The diving judges shall 
score the dive as it is performed. 

18 Situation: The diver performing a back somersault 1-1/2 
twist is not within the legal twisting Mm its of the dive when the 
feet make contact with the water but continues to twist, 
coming inside the limits before the body passes through the 
surface of the water. Ruling: Failed dive. (9-6-5) Comment: 
Upon contact with the water, the diving referee judges the 
twist 

1 9. Situation: The diver doing a front somersault twist is within 
the legal twisting limits when the feet make contact with the 
surface but the diver continues twisting past the legal limits 
as the body enters the water. Ruling: The dive shall be 
scored. (9-6-5) Comment: Upon contact with the water the 
diving referee judges the twist. The diving judge scores 0-10 
points on the dive until the body, in its intirety, has passed 
below the surface of the water. 

20 Situation: A diver performing a toward 1-1/2 SS, 1 twist 
(5132) uses the tuck position. Ruling: The dive is judged 
deficient by the diving judges, awarding the diver 2-1/2 to 4- 
1/2 points. (9-7-2d; 9-7-3) 



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Clinic Attendance 

According to our records the following football 
officials have not attended the mandatory clinic 
required by By-Law 28, Sec. 3 and will not be 
permitted to officiate until they have attended a 
mal<e-up clinic. 



Hughle R. Artis, Flatwoods; Robert Aycock, 
Wickliffe; James Bates, Ermine: Mark Bowling, 
Louisville; David Bracher, Gentryville, IN; 
Charles Branstetten, Bowling Green; Mark 
Brockway, Fort Knox; Robert Buckley, Jr.. 
Flatwoods; Michael Carlton, Louisville; Dwight 
Games, Middlesboro; Roger Cecil, Hazard; George 
Chepanis, Murray; Dennis Clark, Barbourville; 
Latham Clark, Terre Haute, IN; Louis Coleman, 
Louisville; Timothy Cattle, Portsmouth, OH; Mike 
Cox, Avawam; Robert Cox, Louisville; Steven 
Crawford, Louisville; Richard Cundiff, Somerset; 
Larry Davis, Barbourville; Edward Denham, Berea; 
William Denton, Louisville; Andy DeVare, Louisville; 
Brian Devore, Louisville; William Dingle, Jr., 
Lexington; Edwin Darr, Wallins Creek; Mac Dossett, 
Marion; Joseph Dugan, Jeffersontown; Donald 
Etienne, Magnet, IN; Alvin Evans, Jellico, TN; Daniel 
Evans, Middlesboro; Todd Faulkner, Corbin; Mark 
Ferris, Louisville; Melvin Foree, Louisville; 
Mark France, Louisville; Walter Gant, Owensboro; 
Pat Gilkerson, Prichard WV; William Glasscock, III, 
Louisville; Kelly Gable, Inez; H. Carleton Godsey III, 
Lexington; Willie Garbandt, LaGrange; Charles 
Grace, Pineville; Jeffrey Green, Louisville; Keith 
Griffith, Paducah; Billy Hatton, Whiteburg; Bill 
Horsman, Louisville; Asher Hopkins, Carlum; David 
Hulme, Louisville; Gregory Johnson, Jamestown; 
Marvin Kinch, Somerset; Irvine Lambert, Louisville; 
Lonnie Leiand, Lexington; M. Chris LeMay, 
Jeffersonville; Robert Leneaue, Benton; Charles 
Logsdon, Louisville; Charles Lutz, Ironton, OH; 
Michael Meyer, Jeffersonville, IN; Richard Boyd,Neon; 
Jerry Nofsinger, Elizabethtown; Donald Pace, 
Lexington; Kevin Pace, Corbin; William Patterson, 
Greensburg; Danny Percell, Horsecave; Bill Peterson, 
Bardstown; John Pitts, Louisville; Robert Powell, 
Ashland; Kenneth Purcell, Murray; E. Paul Rains, 
Williamsburg; Leroy Randall, Alexandria; Gary 
Ress. Fern Creek; Michael Riley, Mayfield; Rufus 
Rogers, Carlisle Barrocks, PA; Randolph Schaltz, 
Danville; James Shelton, Mayfield; Michael Sims, 
Paducah; James Sligh, Winchester; Kenneth 
Smallwood, Louisville; Arthur Smith, Louisville; 
John Saham, Louisville; Charles Stallard, 
Bardstown; David Stemmer, Louisville; Michael 
Stevenson, Princeton; Steven Stewart, Ashland; 
Ronnie Streible, Lexington; Charles Stuber, 
London; Garry Sweets, Dixon; Julian Tackett, 
Lexington; Victor Thompson, Erianger; Thomas 
Torres, Fort Knox; David Turpen, Louisville; Ben 
Vest, Jackson; Charles Washer, Louisville; Ronnie 
Wells, Belton; Jerry Wildt, Louisville; Ireland 
Williams, Huddy; Walter Wood, Georgetown; 
George Yoeman, Louisville; James Young, 
Lexington; Ron Zirkle, Fort Campbell; Joe Zogg, 
Owensboro. 



According to our records the following football 
coaches have not attended the mandatory clinic as 
required in By-Law 29, Sec. 2: 

Dean Cvitkovic, Bell County High School; 
Danny Nash, Bishop David High School; Joe 
Sterner, Fern Creek High School; Jim Lamb, 
Frankfort High School; Larry Bryant, Mullins High 
School; John Hines, Murray High School; Tom Fox, 
North Bullitt High School; Ray Graham, Rowan 
County High School; Charles Beard, South Hopkins 
High School; Tom Roberts, Western Hills High 
School. 



1982-83 Certified 

and Approved 
Football Officials 



e 



A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered 
officials have qualified for the advance ratings of 
Certified and Approved as a result of the National 
Federation Part II Examination. Only officials 
receiving these higher ratings are eligible to worl< in 
the district and regional tournaments. Only 
Certified officials are eligible to work in the state 
tournament. 
CERTIFIED: 

Joe L. Bramblett, Curtis D. Burgan, Gary Byarski, 
John Caldwell, Joseph Charles, Kenneth S. Clark, 
Jack Cline, Bill Cosby, Jay Davis, Eugene H. Dumm, 
Sue Egan, Charles W. Ensslin, Thomas D. Evans, 
Ron Fields, Robert E. Flicklnger, Steve Gold, Jack 
Harvie. Gerald A. Heaberlin, Louis E. Hiipp, Chuck 
Hughes, David L. Hulme, Joseph K. Humphrey, 
Bradley S. Janes, Edward A. Jensen, Kenneth W. 
Johnson, Michael D. Kidd, Bill Klopp. Dean E. Lang, 
Bud McConachie, Stephen G. McCullun, Terry 
McDonald, David L. McGinty, Jr., Stephen McGinty, 
Tony Martin, Steve D. Martin, Richard R. Mattmiller, 
John W. Miller, Tom Miller, Larry V. Niemann, Paul 
E. Owens, Kevin Pace, Eugene Parker, James 
Potter, Paul puckett, Mike L. Schuler, John J. 
Schulten, Jr., Arthur L. Smith, Jerry Sparks, Charles 
Stanbury, Carl Sumner, Julian Taylor, Steve 
Tinsley, Andrew J. Versilles, Charles F. Watts, Mike 
Westphall, John T. Whitehouse, Jerry N. Wildt, 
Larry Woolum. 
APPROVED: 

James Allen, Ray Bosse. Perry Bozart, Jack W. 
Brock, Martin J. Brown, Lawrence O. Bunch, John 
Burton, Rick Cates, john Chaffin, Michael 
Cornelison, Fred M. Crittenden, Roger Dean, 
Stephen Dickison, Jackie Dupin, Jim Dyehouse, 
Berryman Foster, Ronnie Gann, Chencho Garcia, 
Bland Garrett, III, Frank H. Giles, Jr., Barry W. 
Gorham. James D. Howard, Harold J. Hunter, 
Charles W. Janes, Reld Johnson, Bob Kanarek, 
Robert Kinnard, Charles J. Lee, Ernie Liggett, Carl 
McCray, Randy L. Maupin, Glen C. Mitchell, Russell 
Morse, Larry Oser, Lewis Michael Owens, Edward 
Paiko, Darrell J. Ralston, Jerry Reece, Gary L. Riffe, 
Donald J. Rouse, Jr.. Allen R. Russell, Bill L. Short, 
Don Starnes. Andrew J. Strain, Jeffrey Thompson, 
Ronald Tipton, Charles Turner. John Vandermale, 
Ted Wells, Donald L. Welton. Ralph Wetzel. 



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1982-83 

Approved 
Soccer Officials 



Listed below are tlie officials who made 
80% or more (on a supervised test) to become 
Approved in Soccer. 

ALTENKIRCH, Robert MARESCA, Joseph 



BARLOW, Lee F. 
CAPILLO, James J, 
DARLING, Brian K. 
ELBERT, James F. 
GRAY, Kenneth E. 
McCRAITH, Ronald 



O'REILLY, James E. 
RAGSDALE, Randy R. 
STILWELL, William E. 
SULLIVAN, Mike 
VanOUTER, Neil 




Wrestling 
Information 



The Part II Examination for higher rating in 
Wrestling will be given on Monday, December 6, 
1982. Officials will have to take the test at the 
K.H.S.A.A. office or under the supervision of a 
school administrator in his area. It will be necessary 
for wrestling officials to advise the K.H.S.A.A. where 
they wish to take this examination. 

The 1982-83 Wrestling Glinicswill be held atthe 
sites listed below: 

October 23, Hopkinsville High School - 2:00 p.m. 
October 30, Connor High School — 1:00p.m. 
Novembers, Frankfort High School — 1:00p.m. 
November 13, Kentucky School F/T Blind 

Combined for Officials and Coaches starting at 

10:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. 



1982-83 
Approved 
Volleyball Officials 



Listed below are the officials who made 80% or 
more (on a supervised test) to become Approved in 
Volleyball. 

SMITH, John D. 
WILLIAMS, James A. 
WYCHULIS, Beth B. 




Gymnastics Committee 
Meeting IVIinutes 



The Gymnastics Committee Meeting was called 
to order at 7:00 p.m. by Assistant Commissioner 
Brigid L. DeVries. Committee member present 
included: Jim Nance, Jerry Calkin, Debbie Howell, 
Robert Sanderson, Hal Holmes and Alane Mills. 
Absent was Fred Gaunder. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of 
Regional Sites. Debbie Howell of Kentucky Country 
Day agreed to again host the Louisville Girls' 
Region. The other girls' sites will be scheduled at 
Paris High School and will be managed by Cindy 
Stanford. 

The committee evaluated the Girls' Regional 
information which will be sent to all participating 
schools. CHanges include counting a maximum of 
five participants and a minimum of three to be added 
in team scoring as stated in Rule 4-2-2 of the 
Federation of Girls' Rule Book. Also, only the 
gymnastics coach(s) designated on the Entry Form 
will be allowed in the competive area. This will be 
strictly enforced by regional management. 

The next item on the agenda was a discussion 
of the State meet. The Boys and Girls State Meet will 
be held Saturday, February 19, 1983 at Alumni 
Coliseum, Eastern Kentucky University. The Boys' 
Manager will be Jim Nance and the Girls' Manager 
will be Alane Mills. The time schedule will remain 
the same as last year with warm-ups beginning at 
8:00 a.m. and the Meet starting at 10:00 a.m. State 
Information included a clarification concerning 
girls team scoring consistent with the Regional 
Information and Rule 4-2-2 of the Rule Book. 

Officials' assignments will be coordinated by 
Donna Profumo for the Girls' State Meet and Hal 
Holmes for the Boys' State Meet. Donna Profumo 
has offered to help assign officials for girls meets. 
Should schools want her to do so they should 
contact her as soon as possible. 

A brief discussion was held concerning the 
State Meet equipment setup which will be 
coordinated by Gerald Calkin. 

Miscellaneous items included suggested Girls 
Rules Revisions from Debbie Howell and Bob 
Sanderson concerning Rule 6-3-6 (6). The 
recommendation was there should be no deduction 
for the coach or spotter standing between or 
passing under the uneven bars. 

Jim Nance and Jerry Calkin will conduct a boys' 
gymnastics clinic on Thursday, December 2, from 
7:00 - 10:00 p.m. at the Seaton Building at the 
University of Kentucky. The clinic will be open to jr. 
high and high school coaches. There will be no 
charge. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 



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1982-83 NATIONAL FEDERATION 
GIRLS GYMNASTICS 

Early Season Questions 




7.33 



1982-83 Girls Gymnastics Corrections 
RULE BOOK 
Page Item 

13 5-1-51 Delete 

14 6-2-2 Add at the end, "and the routine performed up to 
that point shall be scored." 

48 Chart - delete Handspring Half from Group 4 

87, 96 VI. Objection Sheet - last line, delete "the team 

finishes an event;" add, "all scores are recorded for 

that event." (5-1-2) 

TRANSPARENCIES 
5 A. Should read, "7.5 7.7 6.9(SJ)" 
E. Should read, "7.5 

l^ 3122.2 
22.2 

19 C. Should read, "There Is difficulty credit lor a back-to- 
back superior because the medium moves directly connect 
the 2 saltos." 



1. Situation: Only 2 judges are present at the meet site at the 
time the competition is to begin. The competition is held as 
scheduled. Ruling: Legal. It is recommended 4 judges be 
used, but if this is not possible, 2 or 3 judges per event may be 
used. (2-1-1, 2) 

2. Situation: During a floor exercise routine, a spotter remains 
on the floor area for the entire routine. The superior judge 
declares a void, and the gymnast receives no score for the 
performance. Ruling: Correct procedure. (2-2-1; 9-3-7) 

3. Situation: A gymnast uses musical accompaniment that has 
singing in it. Ruling: Illegal. A deduction of 1.0 shall betaken 
from the average score by the superior judge for musical 
accompaniment not being regulation. (2-2-1; 9-2-4) 

4. Situation: During competition, 2 of the acting judges confer 
on every routine performed and view each other's scores. 
Ruling: Incorrect. Acting judges shall mark independently 
and without communicating with others except when the 
conferences are called by the superior judge. (2-2-2) 

5. Situation: A gymnast who did not compete in her district 
meet because she was ill is entered in the state meet in 2 
events. Ruling: The qualifying format at the state meet shall 
be determined by individual State High School Associaitons. 
(3-5-1) 

6. Situation: A gymnast tugs at her leotard twice and gives an 
audible expression of strain during her balance beam 
routine. A 0.2 deduction is taken under General Impression. 
Ruling: Incorrect. A deduction of 0.1 is taken under General 
Impression for an audible expression of strain, and a 0.2 
deduction is taken from Neutral Deductions for tugging the 
leotard twice. (4-1 -3B[^; 7-3-6) 

7. Situation: Errors involving unauthorized spotters are to be 
deducted by the superior judge only. Ruling: Incorrect. An 
unauthorized spot is a neutral deduction and may be made 
by the acting judges. (4-1 -3C; 6-3-6; 7-3-6; 8-5-2) 

8. Situation: A coach approaches the superior judge 
immediately following a gymnast's vault concerning a vault 
value. The superior judge deducts 0.5 from the final team 
score. Ruling: Incorrect. A 1.0 deduction is taken for an 
unauthorized approach of a judge. (5-1-5) 

9 Situation: A signal is sounded concluding warm-ups. The 
coach insists a gymnast attempt the dismount one more 
time, and she does. The official deducts 0.5 from the team 
score. Ruling: Correct (5-1-5) 
10. Situation: A gymnast performs a sole circle 1/2 turn 
dismount off the high bar. The judge awards her 0.1 under 
Component Parts for twisting moves. Ruling: Correct. She 
may receive Component Parts credit in addition to difficulty 
credit for the same move. 1 80° twist is sufficient for awarding 
Component Parts. (6-2-1; 6-4-9) 



11. Situation: An uneven parallel bar routine contains only 6 
moves, but all 7 component part categories are fulfilled. 
Ruling: Full credit for component parts shall be given, since a 
move may satisfy more than one component part. However, 
this routine would be deducted 0.2 under Combinations and 
Connections under Event Requirements for containing 
fewer than 7 moves. (6-2-1, 2; 6-3-1, 2) 

1 2. Situation: On the uneven parallel bars, the gymnast performs 
a sole circle 1/2 turn on the low bar dismount. Ruling: No 
difficulty credit is given, but component part categories are 
fulfilled for circling swinging moves and twisting. (6-2-2) 

13. Situation: A gymnast mounts the bars with a glide kip catch 
and dismounts with a flyaway. She has no other superiors in 
her routine. The judge deducts only 0.1 under Combinations 
and Connections for Mount/Dismount/Routine since both 
the mount and dismount were superiors. Ruling: Correct (6- 
3-2) 

14 Situation: The superior judge informs the visiting coach a 
covered/wood beam may be used. The coach may decide 
not to compete on the beam and lose the team score. Ruling: 
Correct (7-1-1) 

15. Situation: On the balance beam, agymnast performs 2 back 
walkovers in a series. However, on the second walkover, the 
gymnast only briefly touches her foot on the beam and does 

not bear weight. The judges do not give the series superior 
credit nor do they give the series a 0.1 credit in Component 
Parts. Ruling: Correct. To receive difficulty credit, the 
gymnast must bear weight. (7-2-3,5,6) 

16. Situation: In order to perform a handstand mount on the 
beam, the gymnast makes a small bounce and then a larger 
bounce on the board to facilitate accomplishing the mount. 
Ruling: Judges assess a 0.5 deduction. When the gymnast 
does not mount following the first bounce on the vaulting 
board and comes back to the board for a second bounce, that 
second bounce shall be considered a fall. (7-3-6h) 

17. Situation: The gymnast mounts the balance beam with a 
superior mount, and the remaining routine is up to the level 
of mount. Time is called prior to the dismount, so credit is not 
given for the dismount. Ruling: In addition to the time 
infraction, a deduction of 0.1 is taken under 
Mount/Dismount Routine. (7-3-2, 7) 

18 Situation: A gymnast executes a planche' and holds the 
position for 1 second. Ruling: Difficulty awarded. The 
position must be marked only, not held for a specific time 
limit. (7-5-2b[7]) 

19. Situation: Prior to the start of the meet, the superior judge 
checks and approves a vaulting board that measures 10 
inches from the floor to the top of the crown, including the 
training pad which has been securely fastened to it. Ruling: 
Legal. Practice pads are allowed if the board height is within 
the 11 inch height limitation. (8-1-3) 

20. Situation: In announcing her vault to the superior judge, the 
gymnast calls a handspring-half. Ruling: Illegal. The 
handspring-half vault has been deleted from the National 
Federation rules. 

21 . Situation: A gymnast executes a Tsukahara vault, lands and 
(1) steps forward, (2) falters, (3) steps forward again, (4) 
presents herself to the judge and (5) walks off the mat. 
Ruling: Deduction of 1 is taken for the first step A 
deduction of 0.1 is taken for the faltering movement. A 
deduction of 0.1 is taken for the additional step. The total 
deduction is 0.3 (8-5-1) 

22. Situation: The gymnast calls a handspring-full and executes: 
(a) Handspring with 7/8 twist - Legal; directional error 
deducted (b) Handspring with 5/8 twist - Illegal; void vault 
(c) Handspring with 1/8 twist - Legal, 0.5 deduction for 
performing a vault other than a designated; judged as a 
handspring. Ruling: In order to be judged as a handspring- 
lull, rotation shall be greater than 3/4 twist. If rotation is 1/4 
or 3/4, the result is a sideward landing which voids the vault. 
Rotation between 1/4 and 3/4 relates to the handspring-half 
vault which is no longer permitted and therefore void. When 
rotation is less than 1/4, the vault is judged as a handspring 
and the 0.5 deduction is taken for performing a vault other 
than designated. (8-6-13) 

23 Situation: A tumbling pass contains several moves of 
superior difficulty connected by skills of lesser difficulty. 
Ruling: In floor exercise, a continuous, uninterrupted 
tumbling pass containing 2 or more superior difficulties is 
credited with back-to-back superiors. (9-3-2i) 



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situation: On floor exercise, a gymnast performs a roundoff, 
back fiandsprmg, back fiandspring, back layout One judge 
awards medium plus medium plus superior difficulty credit. 
Ruling: Incorrect, Difficulty awarded is superior plus 
superior making the pfirase of movement a back-to-back 
superior (9-4-6) 

Situation: In a balance beam routine, a gymnast fails to 
present fnerself to the superior judge before and after the 
routine. The superior judge deducts 0,2 from her average 
score each time. Ruling: Correct procedure, (Def ; 2-2-1; 7-3- 
7) 

Situation: During a meet where there are 5 judges, the 
superior judge does not count her score. Ruling: Correct 
procedure, (2-2-1) 

Situation: A gymnast is not ready to begin her floor exercise 
routine at the signal from the superior judge Ruling: The 
superior judge shall deduct 1 ,0 from the gymnast's score for 
delay of meot (2-2-1) 

Siluatlon: The meet dirertor measured the equipment and 
(he height of the horse prior to warm-ups During the warm- 
ups, school A lowered the vaulting horse to accomodate 
some special approaches During the competition, the first 
gymnast from school B vaulted at the lower height. Ruling: 
The gymnast is allowed to repeat her vault, (2-2-1 . 2-3-2:8-1- 
1) 

Situation: The superior judge has sole responsibility to see 
that all equipment is measured and meets specifications 
prior to warm-ups Ruling: Incorrect, The meet director, shall 
see that all equipment is measured and meets specifications 
prior to warm-ups (2-3-2) 

Situation: During a meet, several discrepancies arise at the 
scorer's table The meet referee is asked to assist in 
tabulating results Ruling: Correct The meet referee shall 
assist with and verify the meet results (2-4-4) 
Situation: A gymnast competing in all-around, is disqualified 
from an event. Ruling: The gymnast is given no score for that 
event, thus ineligible for all-around (3-2-2) 
Situation: A gymnast who has been rendered unconscious 
during a meet is not permitted to resume participation that 
day. even though she has written authorization from a 
physician. Ruling: Incorrect, The gymnast may compete, (3- 
2-3) 

Situation: A gymnast performs a routine wearing pierced 
earrings Ruling: Jewelry is not part of a proper uniform, so a 
deduction of 3 is taken (3-3-3) 

Situation: A gymnast wearing a cast on her finger is entered 
to compete on the beam. Ruling: Illegal, Casts on any body 
part are prohibited, (3-3-4) 

Situation: A gymnast exceeds medium difficulties in a basic 
routine. She receives extra credit to help complete the 
maximum difficulty value Ruling: Incorrect, If the medium 
difficulties exceed 4, no more credit may be given to earn the 
complete difficulty value, (4-1 -SAf:!) 

Situation: If a tie occurs in floor exercise, it will be resolved 
by first using the superior judge's score to determine the 
highest place Ruling: Incorrect procedure, (4-3-1) 
Comment: If a tie occurs, it is resolved in the following: (a) 
average the judges' scores, (b) use the superior judge's 
score: (c) if a tie remains, it stands. 

Situation: A coach files an objection with the meet referee 
concerning a mathematical error. In answering the 
objection, another mathematical error is discovered, thus 
lowering the gymnast's score for that event. No deduction 
was taken from the team score by thesuperior judge. Ruling: 
Legal, (5-1-2. 4) 

Situation: A gymnast dismounts and upon landing, falls As 
she leaves the competitive area, an acting judge hears her 
using profanity. The superior judge gives the gymnast a 
warning. Ruling: Incorrect The gymnast is to be disqualified 
from that event (5-2-4) 

Situation: A gymnast's scores are flashed for her 
performance She is visibly upset and begins stomping her 
feet and gesturing in utter disgust. The superior judge 
notifies the coach and files an 0,5 deduction with the head 
scorer from the team score. Ruling: Incorrect, The 0,5 
deduction is taken from the competitor's average score, (5-2- 
5) 



Situation: The coach adds additional landing mats for the 
gymnast's dismount from the uneven parallel bars that 
exceed 10 inches The superior judge notifies the coach a 
deduction of 2,0 will be taken from her event score for 
exceeding equipment specifications. Ruling: Correct, (5-2- 
5) 

Situation: On the uneven parallel bars, a gymnast performs a 
halftwist to receive credit for twisting/turnmg. Ruling: A half 
twist on the UPB is credited with a grip change For twisting 
credit, at least a full twist (360") must be executed (6-2-2) 
Situation: On the uneven parallel bars, a gymnast performs 
the following: Stand on LB. facing out with one hand behind 
on the HB: jumps off LB to straddle backward over the HB: 
releases hand and catches HB with both hands Ruling: This 
IS a blind move and is considered a superior ski II, (6-4-1 b4: 6- 
4-1e4) 

Situation: For an uneven bar mount, a gymnast performs a 
jump to sole circle, regraspto suspension under the low bar. 
kip to front support, and she receives superior credit. Ruling:^ 
Correct, (6-4-1) 

Situation: A gymnast completes a back stalder on the LB of 
the uneven parallel bars, a superior move. From the stadler 
position, the gymnast opens her legs over the LB to a 
handstand on the LB, Ruling: Superior difficulty awarded, (6- 
4-2h2) 

Situation: A gymnast passes through a handstand on the 
uneven bars and receives no difficulty credit Ruling: 
Incorrect A handstand position is not required on bars to 
receive credit (6-4-8) 

Situation: A gymnast mounting the balance beam has placed 
her vaulting board on a 4" landing mat. Ruling: Illegal, The 
board may not be placed on any mat that exceeds 2" (7-1-3) 
Situation: A gymanst on the balance beam has slightly 
exceed the 1 minute and 30 second time limit for her routine. 
Ruling: The superior judge deducts 0,3 for a time infraction. 
(7-2-1: 7-3-7) 

Situation: In her balance beam routine, a gymnast performs a 
jump but not at knee level. The judges do not credit her tor 
medium difficulty nor for a 1 for one of the categories in 
component parts for this particular difficulty. Ruling: 
Correct To receive difficulty credit or component part 
credit, a jump must be performed at knee level, (7-2-3; 7-4-4) 
Situation: When performing a cartwheel mount on the beam, 
the gymnast does not bear weight on her first foot and falls. 
The judges do not give her superior credit for this mount. 
Ruling: Correct To receive credit for a difficulty, weight must 
be borne (7-2-6) 

Situation: As a coach steps in to spot a balance beam skill 
she touches the beam, A neutral deduction of 0,2 is taken. 
Ruling: Correct (7-3-6) 

Situation: In performing a move on the blance beam, the 
gymnast is assisted by her coach. Ruling: In judging a move 
spotted by the coach, credit the move and then deduct 
accordingly - mostly from Neutral Deductions (touching 
equipment, etc) (7-3-6) Comment: The deductions could 
possibly nullify the credit for the skill. 
Situation: Prior to her vault, a gymnast places tennis balls 
within the springs of her vaulting board. Ruling: Illegal, (8-1- 
3) Comment: Unless the manufacturer makes any 
adjustments to equipment, through one of their 
representatives or by a specific letter, and any of these 
adjustments must still meet specs, then the altering of 
equipment is not legal. 

Situation: A gymnast performs a Hecht vault, flying over the 
horse without placing the hands on the horse. Ruling: The 
vault IS void (8-2-2) 

Situation: During a floor exercise routine, a gymnast takes 3 
extra steps in landing a particular stunt. The deduction is 0.3. 
Ruling: Correct. IVIovement of a foot in any direction 
constitutes a deduction each time, (9-3-4) 
Situation: A gymnast performs a sideward sommie. landing 
in a sideward position in her floor exercise routine Difficulty 
credit is not awarded. (9-3-4) Ruling: Legal. Sideward 
landings are void, so difficulty credit is not awarded. 
Situation: A gymnast executes a cartwheel, back salto, 
Ruling: The cartwheel receives no difficulty credit, but the 
back salto is rated as a superior move, (9-4-13a) 



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1982-83 NATIONAL FEDERATION 
BOYS GYMNASTICS 

Early Season Questions 



1. Situation: A visiting team has brought their own fiberglass 
pommels to a competition and want to use them instead of 
the wooden ones provided by the host team. Ruling: If the 
wooden pommels are of the flat type, they shall be the ones 
used (2-2-1; 6-1-2,3) 

2. Situation: During warm-ups, one of the rails on the parallel 
bars break The visiting team wants the host team to forfeit 
the event 30-0- Ruling: The head judge shall decide and may 
rule to omit the event from the meet (2-2-3) 

3. Situation: Two team members are standing on the frame of 
the parallel bars while a third team member is about to 
perfrom a side mount Ruling: Legal (2-2-6) 

4. Situation: A vaulter performs barefoot and in shorts. Ruling: 
Legal. (2-3-1) 

5 Situation: For the floor exercise event, a gymnast performs 
wearing a shirt, shorts and socks. Ruling: Legal. (2-3-1) 

6. Situation: The host team has scheduled the meet to start at 
6:00 p.m., with warm-ups beginning at 5:30 p.m. Ruling: 
Incorrect procedure. Warm-up time shall be at least 60 
minutes. (2-4-1) 

7. Situation: The host coach asks the judges to judge the 
routine of an exhibition gymnast on the first event Ruling: 
Illegal. A team is limited to 5 entries per event. Exhibitions are 
not allowed whether or not they are judged. (2-5-1) 

8. Situation: A gymnast's scores for all-around are as follows: 
FX-6 6, PH-5 8, R-6.8, V-7 0, PB-6, 4. HB-6. 8. His score for all- 
around IS 39.4. Ruling: Correct, The sum of the scores in the 6 
events is the all-around score. (2-5-4) 

9 Situation: The competitor, after seeing his score flashed, 

shouts profanities at the judge. Ruling: Deduct 1 ,0 from the 

team score (2-6-1, 2) 
10. Situation: A competitor fails to acknowledge the judge upon 

completion of his routine. Ruling: Deduct 0.3 from the 

gymnast's score (2-6-2,3) 
1 1 Situation: Before the start of the meet, one of the 2 judges is 

designated b the host school as the head judge. Ruling: 

Correct procedure (3-1-1) 

12. Situation: Thirty minutes before the start of the meet, the 
head judge begins measuring the equipment to see if it meets 
specifications Ruling: Correct procedure (3-2-1) 
Comment: The head judge is not required to arrive at the site 
until 20 minutes before the scheduled starting time. 

13. Situation: A ring performer's dowel breaks during his 
routine, resulting in a premature ending of the routine. 
Ruling: The performer is allowed a second complete trial at 
the discretion of the head judge (3-2-2g) 

1 4. Situation: The judges' marks for a gymnast in vaulting are as 
follows: 8.6. 8.8, 8.8. 8 4. The highest and lowest scores are 
dropped, 8.8 and 8.4. The2remainingscores,8 Sand 8.6, are 
added together and then divided by 2 for his average. 8.7 
Ruling: Correct procedure. (3-4-3) Comment: If 2 or more of 
the highest/lowest scores are the same, only 1 is discarded. 

15 Situation: After the vaulting event, a coach discovers an 
additional error on one of his gymnast's scores in floor 
exercise. The coach approaches the |udge making the error. 
Ruling: Correct procedure. (3-4-8) Comment: More than 30 
minutes may have elapsed since the floor exercise event, but 
you have up to 30 minutes after the meet is over to change 
computational errors. 

16. Situation: On tings, a gymanst develops a swing during his 
ring routine, so his coach steps in and stops the swing. 
Ruling: Deduct 0.5-0.7 for the assist and 0.3 for each swing. 
(4-1-3: 4-5-3) 




Situation: A gymnast falls during his pommel horse routine. 
He immediately remounts and continues the exercise. 
Ruling; Deduct 5 for the fall and judge the continuation of 
the exercise. (4-3-5) 

Situation: A gymnast does a giant swing, jam to eagle-giant 
position and comes off the bar on the bottom He remounts 
and repeats the jam to eagle and continues his routine. 
Ruling: Deduct 0.5 for the fall, and judge the continuation of 
the routine The eagle-giant was not completed and so it may 
e repeated. The jam is considered a necessary move to 
reassume the eagle position, so it is allowed without 
deduction (4-3-5) 

Situation: A gymnast mounts the parallel bars with a peach 
basket, falls to the floor and wishes to remount Ruling: 
Deduct 0.5 for the fall The gymnast may remount with the 
peach basket since it was not completed (4-3-5) 
Situation: A gymnast performs a bail straight-arm giant on 
rings. Virtuosity is awarded Ruling: If the move is the only 
virtuous move within the routine, up to 0.2 may be awarded If 
other virtuous moves of lesser difficulty were also 
performed, a total of 3 may be awarded. (4-4-2) 
Situation: A gymnast is ready to begin his horizontal bar 
routine, and a person other than the coach steps in to spot. 
The official indicates the gymnast may not begin However, 
the coach explains to the judge that the individual is an 
excellent spotter and the coach will accept responsibility 
Ruling: The official is correct. The competitor shall not 
perform until the coach is present as a spotter (4-5-2) 
Situation: A gymnast uses velcro or another similar material 
to hold his feet together during his performances Ruling: 
This is considered a mechanical aid with promotes form. 
Deduct 2 points. (4-5-5) 

Situation: During a floor exercise event performance, a 
competitor performs a very low back flip. Rullng:DeductO 1- 
3 for lack of height on the backflip. (5-3-2n) 
Situation: During his floor exercise foutine, a gymnast 
performs a 2 consecutive backs. Ruling: Regardless of the 
type of backs award C or B+B, whichever is to the benefit of 
the gymnast (5-5-5 VII-6) 

Situation: On the pommel horse, a competitor does not 
perform any double leg circles in his routine Ruling: Deduct 
9 for lack of double leg movements. (6-2-1f; 6-3-1b. 4) 
Situation: A vaulter performs a one-arm vault. Ruling: 
Compare the vault performed to the closest vault listed, and 
judge accordingly (7-2-3b: 7-5-1) 

Situation: A gymnast places 1 hand on the horse for support 
when executing his vault His coach steps in and assists him 
on the preflight of his vault. Ruling: Void Vault. (8-2-3) 
Situation: A gymnast performs a handspring front vault and 
lands on his seat first, but immediately jumps to a standing 
position Ruling: Void Vault (8-2-3c) 

Situation: A competitor is touched by his coach during the 
preflight phase of his vault Ruling: Void Vault. Score zero. 
(8-2-1: 8-2-3d) 

Situation: The visiting school is complaining the high bar is 
not 104 inches high, even though it is at its highest setting. 
and wants the host team to forfeit the event. 30-0 Ruling: 
Illegal If the high bar is at its maximum height setting, the 
event is included (10-1-2) 



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Sports Participation Survey For 1982 
Reflects Scope of 
Intersciiolastics Athiletics 




With the refinement of research techniques and 
statistical information, the "1982 Sports 
Participation Survey" conducted by the National 
Federation of State High School Associations 
pinpoints the scope of interscholastic athletic 
programs across the nation in a more accurate and 
detailed manner than ever before. 

The in-depth survey measures boys and girls 
participation in athletic programs sponsored during 
the 1981-82 school year by approximately 18,000 
high schools in the United States belonging to the 
National Federation's member state associations. 
The National Federation's annual participation 
report represents approximately 89 percent of the 
nation's public and private high schools. 

Although this year's report reflects an overall 
decrease in total sports participation, much of the 
decline can be attributed to more sophisticated 
research submitted by member state associations. 
Magnifying the decline in many cases are 
significant corrections of estimations used in 
previous years. 

"Certainly everyone involved vi/ith 
interscholastic athletics is concerned vs/ith healthy 
grov(/th and the figures reflected in this year's survey 
could be somewhat discouraging to that goal if not 
put in proper perspective," said Brice Durbin, 
Executive Director of the National Federation. 'To a 
great degree, v^^hat appears to be a decline in 
participation is simply an outgrowth of more 
accurate information. 

"However, we also realize that decreasing 
enrollments and financial factors have influenced 
nationwide eductional cutbacks which 
unfortunately often affect interscholastic athletic 
programs," continued Durbin. "The important facet 
of the survey is that as we more accurately detail 
participation, we will be in a better position in future 
years to determine national trends which increase 
and decrease athletic opportunities for girls and 
boys." 

The survey for 1981-82 reflects a decline in the 
total interscholastic sports picture as well as slight 
drops in both boys and girls participation. Figures 
for male and female participants present one of the 
report's most significant comparisons. Boys 
participation declined for the fourth consecutive 
year since the study underwent extensive 
alterations in 1979, while girls participation declined 
in 1981-82 following a significant growth spurt the 
previous year. 

In girls sports, basketball retained the lead as 
the number one participation sport (415,381) and 
was also the sport conducted by the largest number 
of high schools (17,089). Sports showing modest 
participation increases included tennis (4,400), golf 
(2,235) and fast pitch Softball (1,268). Over 1,500 
additional schools offered track and field for girls in 
1981-82, making the sport easily the leader in that 



growth category. In terms of schools, other 
significant increases were recorded for cross 
country (537), basketball (494) and golf (287). 

The most popular sport for boys in terms of 
participants was football, which accounted for 
927,666 students representing interscholastic 
teams at nearly 15,000 schools. Boys basketball 
continued to be the sport played by the most 
number of schools, topping the list with 17,922 
schools which included 538,670 players. 

Soccer and wrestling were the sports showing 
the largest increases in male participation. Soccer 
enjoyed an increase of 11,791 participants while 
showing a rise of 284 school programs nationwide. 
Wrestling continued a steady increase with 11,078 
more participants and 357 additional schools than 
in 1980-81. 

In examining the survey and understanding of 
the methods by which the research was conducted 
is necessary. In 1979, thesurvey became annual and 
changes were made in the data collection system. 
Figures from junior high schools and Canadian 
schools, which had been included in surveys of the 
1970s, were deleted and the totals were significantly 
lowered. 

In addition, the survey methods have been 
refined each year since 1980 in an effort to present 
more accurate information. While some state 
associations submitted estimations in past years, 
virtually all states now base their responses on more 
precise student participant measures such as actual 
surveys and eligibility rosters. Consequently, the 
current 1981-82 survey represents more accurate 
information in attempting to evaluate the number of 
participants in interscholastic programs. 

By way of review, boys participation started the 
decade of the 70s with 3.67 million participants 
(junior high school and high school), grew to 3.77 
million during the 1972-73 school year and topped 
off at 4.37 million during 1977-78 year. 

Girls participation during the 1970s began at 
294,000 participants (junior high school and high 
school) during the 1970-71 school year, increased 
to 1.3 million during the 1974-75 year and peaked at 
2.1 million in the 1977-78 year. 

School enrollments and participations figures 
have generally declined correspondingly beginning 
in the 70s. 

The National Federation's "1982 Sports 
Participation Survey" includes figures forboth boys 
and girls in 32 different sports conducted by high 
schools belonging to member state associations in 
all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The survey 
breaks down the number of participants by state, 
sport and sex. The complete sports participation 
survey is contained in the National High School 
Sports Record Book which is available by mail 
through National Federation headquarters in 
Kansas City, r\/lissouri. 



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National Federation of State IHigti School Associations 

Summary 

1981-82 Sports Participation Survey 

Ten Most Popular Boys Sports 



Schools 

1. Basketball 17,922 1. 

2. Football * 14,843 2, 

3. Track & Field .... 14,405 3, 

4. Baseball ** 14,001 4. 

5. Cross Country 9,979 5. 

6. Golf 9,251 6, 

7. Wrestling *** 8,869 7, 

8. Tennis 8,802 8 

9. Soccer 4,839 9 



Participants 

Football * 927,666 

Basketball 538,670 

Track & Field ... 477,650 

Baseball ** 415,353 

Wrestling *** .... 256,107 
Cross Country .. 169,891 

Soccer 161,167 

Tennis 129,478 

Golf 110,431 



10. Swimming & Diving 3,744 10. Sv\/imming & Diving 79,615 

* Includes three girls at two schools participating on boys teams. 
** Includes 579 girls at six schools participating on boys teams. 
*** Includes one girl at one school participating on boys team. 



Ten Most Popular Girls Sports 



Schools 

1. Basketball 17,089 

2. Track & Field .... 13,925 

3. Volleyball 12,164 

4. Tennis 8,478 

5. Softball 7,569 

6. Cross Country .... 7,475 

7. Swimming & Diving 3,621 

8. Golf 3,335 

9. Gymnastics 2,682 

10. Field Hockey .... 1,923 



Participants 

1. Basketball 415,381 

2. Track & Field ... 357,414 

3. Volleyball 282,651 

4. Softball 183,176 

5. Tennis 124,289 

6. Cross Country . . . 90,265 

7. Swimming & Diving 78,765 

8. Field Hockey .... 53,137 

9. Gymnastics 47,310 

10. Golf 35,063 



Sports Participation Survey Totals 



Year Boy Participants 

1971 3,666,917 

1972-73 3,770,621 

1973-74 4,070,125 

1975-76 4,109,021 

1977-78 4,367,442 

1978-79 3,709,512 

1979-80 3,517,829 

1980-81 3,503,124 

1981-82 3,409.081 



Year Girl Participants 

1971 294,015 

1972-73 817,073 

1973-74 1,300,169 

1975-76 1,645,039 

1977-78 2,083,040 

1978-79 1,854,400 

1979-80 1,750,264 

1980-81 1,853,789 

1981-82 1,810,671 



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RATINGS ON 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on basketball 
officials registered wilti the K.H.S.A.A. during 1981-82. 

(Continued from September Athlete) 

Mullins. Bill; Turpin, Don; Deaton, Calvin; Baker; 
Eads, Ron; Wilkie, Craig; Fannin, Robert; Adams, Jim; 
Kemper, Nancy; Maines, George; Hiten, Mark; Smith, Ron; 
Turpin, Ron; Thomas. Ben; Adkins, Madison; Story, John; 
Lane, Marion; Owens, Bruce; Farhat, Ned; Peters, Fred; 
Brown, Scottp, Sargent, Bill; Owsley, Bob; Johns, Jim; 
Ratliff, Larry; Porter, David; Straus, Bill; Unfress, Linda; 
Moore, Ron; Overstreet, Walt; Patterson, Stan; Oser, Larry, 
Yeiser, Gerry; Walker, Keith; Ciccarello, Drew; Damron, 
Adam; VanHooser, Phil; Griffin, Dave; Long, Bob; 
Beaytuganm Dwight; O'Banion, Cornellius; Hughes, 
Rrenda; Roberts, Dan; Hawkins, Anthony; Lyies, Larry; 
Short, John; Denham, Ed; Rutledge, David; Bootcheck, 
Dave; Rice, Ronnie; McDaniel, Bill; Young, Benjamin; 
Lentry, Rick; Shropshire, Thomas; Billips, Doug; Asher, 
Michael; parker, Steve; Devereux, Chip; Shephenson, 
Harry; Wise, Gary; Moore, Donnie; Frazier. Ben; Eha, 
Steve; Wallen, Rita; Sheehan, Tim; Hayslett, Leigh; 
Saunders, Al; Vicini, Frank; Ward, Bill; Marvel, Linda; Hart, 
Peggy; Christopher, Randall; Engle, Vince; Hosteller, Bill; 
Kolpek, David; Maricle, Randy; Rutledge, Mark; Smith. 
John; Sumner, David; Thompson, Mark; Travis, William; 
Cook. Wally. Davis, Wayne; 

REGION XII 

Spoonamore, Jim; Gordon, Dwight; Hargis, Noel; Centers, 
Mike; Wilson, Bruce; Maxey, Richard; Wallace, John; 
Sparrow, John; Turner, Keenan; Shaw, Earl; Gordon, 
Jimmy; Compton, Jerry; Luttrell. Daisy; Rousey, Jimmy; 
Bullock, Larry; Cornelison, Mike; Atwood, Bobby; Vaught, 
Marvin; Harkleroad, Thomas; Brown, Ronnie; Sanders, 
John; Farley, Jimmy; Wixon, Bobby; Haste, Fred; Spencer, 
Lonnie; Vito, Paul; Teegarden, Bill; Woodrum, Jim; Coker, 
John; Hail, Harold; Salyers, Randy; Light, Larry; Adams, 
Danver; Cash, Clayton; Cummings, Wayne; Sargent, 
Danny; Collins, David; Feltner, Doug; Bottom, Lynn; 
Simpson, Donald; Shelley, Ricky; 

REGION XIII 

Cupp, Jackie; Maxey, Mike; Seivy, Curt; Pietrowski, Paul 
Ensslin, Charles; Kirk, Charles; Hammons, George 
Howard, James; Jeffers, Steve; Bruner, Jack; Idol, Billy 
Fletcher, John; Morgan, Richard; Brown, Wendell; Anders 
Raleigh; Johnson, Mike; Osborne, Ron; Alexander, Ron 
Dozier, Doug; Smith, Benny; Houtchins, Tom; Parkey, Ed 
Rhodes, Cecil; Asher, Mike; Fields, Rufus; Mosley, Doug 
Martin, Terry; Cook, Chandler; Foutch, Enouch; Smith 
Gary; White, Williams; McCowan, Connie; Knauer, Glen 
Hubbarp, Oscar; Lawson, Sonny; Adams, Ray; Taylor 
Jerry; Allen, Jerry; Barnard, Phil; Beckner, Gene; Carnes 
Dwight; Cooper, Mary; Adkins, Doug; 

REGION XIV 

Allen, Yvon; Hall. Tommy; Combs, Henry; Jones, Denver; 
Brewer, Jerry; Feltner, Dan; Dixon, Bill; Brewer, Lloyd. 
Cunningham, Bob; Gabbard, John; Campbell, Dexter; 
Francis, Frank; Vanover, J.S.: Smallwood, T.; Whitaker,.C.; 
Mullins, H.; Mcintosh, C; Williams, B.; Tolliver, J.; Bailey, 
H.; Hall, Don; Gross, D.. Terry, J.; McCouahay, R.; Smiley, 
J.; Molands, L.; Thornsberry, L.; Pappas, S.; Alexander, M.; 
Adams, R.; 




REGION XV 

Collier, Burnard; Bergar, Durrell; Crisp, Jackie; Bevins 
Wally; Hull, Dickie; Copley, Ed; Casey, Anne; Tucker 
Phillip; Combs, Sherman; Hall, Bill; Walirn, Wendell 
Kessinger, Michael; Hopson, James; May, paul; Varney 
Greg; Hall, Jack; Runyen, Tammey; Newsome, Cecil 
Butcher, Steve; Pelphrey, Joe; Bell. Greg; parker, Lowell 
Hall, Ted; Powell. Billy; Mickey. Steve; Diamond, Rufus 
Spears, Ronnie; Thompson, Robbie; Spears, Terry 
Looney, James; Stewart, Leon; Van Horn, Mike; Hamiilton 
Paul; Hall, Keith; Stacey, David; Spears, Bobby; Kelley 
Ralaph; Roberts, Kenneth; Elkins, James; Howell, Barry 
Flannery, Robin 

REGION XVI 

Banks, Buddy; Moore, Marvin; Hardin, Don; Cundiff, Curt 
Johnson, Walter; Ramey, Gary; Collins, Hubert; Jackson 
Bob; Thornsbury, Brice, McKenzie, Jim; Kouns, Bob: 
McKenzie, Dwight; Radjunas, Ed; Dixon, Ron; Cox, Jim 
Asher, Ralph; Greene, Bert; Johnson, Lynn; Simpson, Jim 
Thomas, Leonard; Hobbs, Charles; Newman, Bill 
Plummer, Bill; Branham, George: Vance, Scott: Belcher 
Scott; Loperfido, Rick; Artrip. Larry: Fritchner, John 
Wages, Bob; Huland, Dirk: 



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NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 
1982 Girls' State Volleyball Champion 




Front Row: Mgr. Kathy Rosing, Terri Eilerman, Stacey Meimann, Linda Ruh, Tami Tipton, iMaiia 
Hegge, Lisa Woitenberg, Pauia IHemmer, Rutii Hemmer, Coach Joan Mazzaro. Stairs: Mary 
Stansei, Jenny Wagner, Angie Wagner, Toni Fischer, JodI Theien, iVIissy Meimann, Michelle 
Marshall, Paula Crail, Caryl Wissel. 

Member Of National Federation of State High Scfiool Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

NOVEMBER, 1982 




Indianapolis to Host 

National Athletic Directors Conference 

December 12 - 15, 1982 



More than 1,800 athletic administrators, 
spouses and exhibitors are expected to converge on 
Indianapolis, Indiana, on December 12-15, 1982, 
when the National Federation hosts its Thirteenth 
Annual National Conference of High School 
Directors of Athletics at the Indiana Convention 
Center. 

The conference has also been designated as 
the site for the Annual Meeting of the National 
Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association. 

This year's conference features some truly 
outstanding speakers at five general sessions, four 
seminars and three conference and meal functions. 
In addition to the general sessions and seminars, 
conference attendees will have their choice of 14 
different topics offered during workshops sessions 
on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Included will 
be workshops on Assistance for the New Athletic 
Director, The Use of Computers, Cable TV, Office 
Management, Coaching Athletic Relationships, 
Participation Fees, Public and News Media 
Relations, Staff Evaluation Techniques, 
Confronting Cutbacks in Staff and Programs, and 
Coping with Administrative Stress. There will also 
be the popular round table discussion groups and 
workshops for special interest groups such as 
private schools, junior high schools and large city 
district administrators. 

The keynote address at the opening session, 
"Why Are We Here?" will be given by Gerry Faust, 
football coach at the University of Notre Dame. 

Ty Boyd of Charlotte, North Carolina, 
nationally known speaker on motivation and 
seminar leader of Interpersonal Effectiveness, will 
deliver a general session presentation on "How to 
Survive in a Competitive World," as well as serve as 
master of ceremonies at the conference banquet. 

Robert Kanaby, Executive Director of the New 
Jersey State Interscholastic Association, is sure to 
challenge meeting attendees with a sterling address 
on "Now That We're Here - What Do We Do?" 

Other general speakers include Dr. Herb True, 
noted psychologist and humorist, whose closing 
general session presentation, "Take Charge of 
Yourself," will include a powerful message about 
the qualities of a successful leader. 

Joe Newton of Elmhurst, Illinois, one of the 
most successful high school coaches in the country 
and accomplished platform speaker, will illustrate 
how a person can discover the reservoir of ability 
they may never have thought they had in his general 
session presentation on "Motivaition — The Name of 
the Game." 

The Sports Promotion and Marketing Seminar 
will feature Everett Duval, Director of Athletics at 
Ashland High School in Ashland, Ohio, and Ralph 
Harris, Director of Bands at St. Francis High School 
in Traverse City, Michigan. Everett's presentation, 
"Beat the Athletic Cost Squeeze — Promote," will 
offer new and unique marketing techniques for high 



school athletics. Mr. Harris will present "Successful 
Fund Raising Techniques That Can Work for You." 
This seminar alone would be worth the trip to 
Indianapolis. 

Every conference that has included a Legal 
Seminar has found this informative session 
extremely worthwhile. This year promises to be no 
different as Stephen Burns, the attorney for the 
Indiana High School Athletic Association, and Dr. 
Samuel Adams of Washington State University join 
together to provide a very meaningful seminar on 
Monday evening. Other seminars include one on 
Sports Medicine, featuring Dr. John McCarroll and 
his unique sports medicine clinic, and one on 
Facility Planning. 

The traditional conference tour will be offered 
on both Sunday and Monday afternoons and will 
include the world famous Indianapolis Motor 
Speedway, the Motor Speedway Museum and a visit 
to the spectacular facilities recently constructed for 
the 1982 National Sports Festival. 



Conference Registration 

Registration forms and hotel room reservation 
cards will be sent to all NIAAA members, as well as 
athletic administrators who attended one or more of 
the National Conferences during the past five years. 
In addition, approximately 16,000 conference fliers 
and advance registration forms are being 
distributed by state high school associations and/or 
state athletic director associations. To reserve a 
room at one of the five participating hotels, it is 
necessary to use the special conference room 
reservation form that is included with the 
conference registration flier. Conference 
registration and room reservation forms, as well as 
exhibit information, may also be secured by writing 
the National Federation office at P.O. Box 20626, 
Kansas City, Missouri 64195, or by telephoning 
(816) 464-5400. 

The conference activity fee is $60.00 and 
includes all conference meal functions, social 
events and conference tour transportation. All 
current (1982-83) NIAAA members who register 
prior to December 1st may take a$W.OO discount off 
their conference activity fee. 

The spouses's registration fee is $10.00 and 
includes all conference activities except the 
Monday luncheon and Tuesday banquet. These 
tickets may be purchased separately for $10.00 and 
$20.00 respectively. 



Refund Policy 

A refund of advance payment, minus a $5.00 
cancellation fee, will be made to registrant who 
must cancel, provided notice of cancellation has 
been received by Friday, December 10, 1982. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV, No. 3 



NOVEMBER, 1982 



$5.00 



From the Commissioner's Office 




At this Thanksgiving season let's 
remember to give thanks to those who are 
involved in our athletic program... 

To Principals and Superintendents who 
support athletics in our schools to create a 
well-rounded student, 

To Coaches who give of much time and 
energy for which they could never be 
compensated, 

To Officials who maintain a pleasant, 
impartial attitude toward players and coaches, 
and who encourage good sportsmanship. 

To Parents who encourage participation 
by taking athletes to and from practice, 
attending games and rescheduling or 
reheating family meals, and last but not least. 

To Athletes who 
Achieve goals set by themselves and others. 
Try to please teachers, parents and peers, 
Hurt at times with sprains, breaks and pulls, 
Lose even though they have given their best, 
Evaluate their weaknesses and strengths, 
Thrill at the cheer of the crowd when they 

score, and 
Encourage the support of their school. 

Contributed by Anne Wesley Mays 



THE GAME GUY AWARD 

The K.H.S.A.A. will continue the Game Guy Award. 
School representatives and registered officials may make 
nominations for the award. The eligible person should be a 
pupil at the junior or senior high school level who has 
overcome great physical handicap in order to take part in 
athletics. Letters of recomimendation should be addressed 
to "Game Guy Committee, K.H.S.A.A , P.O. Box 22280, 
Lexington, Kentucky 40522," Deadline for the 1983 
nomination is April 1 , 



• • • CORRECTION • • • 

On Page Five of the October ATHLETE under 1982-83 
Certified and Approved Football Officials, the officials' 
names under CERTIFIED should read APPROVED and 
officials' names under APPROVED should read 
CERTIFIED 



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Wrestling 

Information 



The Part II Examination for higher rating in Wrestling 
will be given on Monday, December 6, 1982. Officials will 
have to take the test at the K.HSA.A. office or under the 
supervision of a school administrator in his area. It will be 
necessary for wrestling officials to advise the K H.SA.A. 
where they wish to take this examination 




Basketball 

Information 



The Part II Examination for higher ratings in 
Basketball will be given on Monday, Decembers, 1982. 
This IS a supervised examination and will be given to the 
basketball officials by the Assigning Secretaries in all 
Regions, 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1982 



NOVEMBER, 1982 VOL. XLIV, NO. 3 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to : 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington. Kentucl(y 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President — Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 
Vice President — Robie Harper (1979-1983) Drakesboro 
Directors — Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, John 
Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman (1980- 

1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Cravi^ford (1982-1986) 
Louisville, Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981- 

1985) Barlow/, Ray Story (1982-1986); Conley Manning, 
State Department of Education Representative. 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 



1982 Girls State High School 
Volleyball Tournament 

The follovi^ing are the results of the State Volleyball 
Tournament held at the University of Kentucky in 
Lexington, October 29-30, 1982: 

Friday, October 29, 1982 
Pool I 

Notre Dame - Sacred Heart 

15-5 

15-3 

Mercy - Notre Dame 

5 - 15 

9- 15 

Sacred Heart - Mercy 

*11 -13 

15-6 

13-3 

Pool II 

Angela MericI - O.L. Providence 

5 - 15 

9 - 15 
Rowan County - Angela Merici 

4 - 15 

13- 15 



O.L. Providence - Rowan County 
15-8 
15 -3 



*Time Limit 

MATCHES 

Angela Merici 
Mercy 
Notre Dame 
O.L. Providence 
Rowan County 
Sacred Heart 



WON 


LOST 


1 


2 





2 


4 





3 


1 





2 


1 


2 




ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Amy Massie - Angela Merici 

Margie Wicke - Mercy 

Jodi Thelen - Notre Dame 

Lisa Woltenberg - Notre Dame 

Ruth Hemmer - Notre Dame 

Michelle Marshall - Notre Dame 

Stacey Meimann - Notre Dame 

Maria McCarty - Sacred Heart 

Margaret Saliba - Sacred Heart 

Joe Ella Becker - O.L. Providence 

Angle Amend - O.L. Providence 

Sharon Stieritz - O.L. Providence 

Jan Phillips - O.L. Providence 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1982 



PAGE THREE 



OUR LADY OF PROVIDENCE ACADEMY 
1982 Girls' Volleyball Runner-Up 




Front Row: Jo Ella Becker, Angle Amend, Sharon Stieritz. Second Row: Kim 
Gross, Lisa Bartlett, Debbie Allen, Mary Elshernd. Third Row: Beth Belting, 
Jan Phillips, Debbie Freppon, Coach Jenny Niehaus, Christi Niehaus, Marcie 
Bartlett. 



Single Elimination Tournament 
Saturday, October 30, 1982 



Notre Dame Academy 



15-1 Notre Dame 
15-7 Notre Dame 



Angela Merici 



O.L. Providence 



15-12 O.L. Providence 
12-10* O.L. Providence 

Sacred Heart 



Notre Dame 



15-7 Notre Dame 
11-15 O.L. Providence 
15-8 Notre Dame 



O.L. Providence 



Notre Dame 



Time Limit 



Referees and Umpires 

Patty Gravatte 

Jean Jansen 

Mary Gail Blair 

Olivia Birkenhauer 

Teri Brown 

John Patterson 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1982 



1982 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Mark Berry, Manual 
Class AAA, Individual Champion 





CLASS AAA BOYS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




>L. 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Mark Berry 


Louisville Manual 


16:11 


2 


Clay Collier 


Tales Creek 


16;27 


3 


Barry White 


Southern 


16;32 


4 


Scott Katchuk 


Daviess Co. 


16:40 


5 


Mike Brame 


Marshall Co. 


16:42 


G 


Dan Overstreet 


Holmes 


16:47 


7 


Joe Olliges 


Doss 


16:48 


8 


Ron Hardin 


Southern 


16:49 


9 


Trent Lovett 


Marshall Co. 


16:55 


10 


Jeff Birt 


Atherton 


16:58 


11 


Mike Culloty 


Trinity 


16:58 


12 


Melvin McMonigal 


Valley 


17:01 


13 


Tommy Masterson 


Nelson Co. 


17:05 


14 


David Douglas 


Daviess Co. 


17:06 


15 


Michael Sivori 


St. Xavier 


17:07 



CLASS AAA 
BOYS' TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Daviess 59 

2 Trinity 73 

3 Southern 136 

4 St. Xavier 139 

5 Holmes 172 

6 Lafayette 200 

7 Marshall Co 213 

8 Oldham Co 245 

9 Male 263 

10 DeSales 272 

11 Pulaski Co 289 

12 Apollo 321 

13 Mad. - N. Hopkins 333 

14 Ballard 338 

15 Moore ■ 363 

16 Boyd Co 380 

17 Shelby Co 401 

18 Valley 441 

19 Greenup Co 610 



DAVIESS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 

BOYS' 

CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Team Members: Scott Katchuk, David Douglas, Dennis 
Brown, Rich Bowen, Dean Roberts, Darren Christian, 
Kevin Clark 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1982 



PAGE FIVE 



1982 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 





CLASS AAA GIRLS' 








FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Nancy Crutcher 


Oldham County 


10 


56 


2 


Jeanne Sapienza 


Louisville Central 




10 


3 


Wendy Frazier 


Henry Clay 




13 


4 


Ann Ray 


Daviess County 




24 


5 


Debbie Meece 


Pulaski County 




28 


6 


Diane Fairfax 


Holy Rosary 




28 


7 


Sara Bland 


Shelby County 




29 


8 


Alicia Oberst 


Sacred Heart 




32 


9 


Virginia Brown 


Mad. - N. Hopkins 




34 


10 


Holly Cecil 


Daviess County 




36 


11 


Bobbie Horsley 


Boyd County 




39 


12 


Holly Katchuk 


Daviess County 




39 


13 


Jackie Payne 


Daviess County 




40 


14 


Amy Rueff 


Hopkinsville 




45 


15 


Karen Carbin 


Ballard 




49 




Nancy Crutcher, Oldham County 
Class AAA Individual Champion 



DAVIESS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AAA CHAMPION 



CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 




Team Members: Ann Ray, Holly Cecil, Holly Katchuk, 
Jackie Payne, Lana Midkiff, Clara Howard, Jennifer 
Barnett 



TEAM SCORE 

Daviess Co 43 

Sacred Heart 102 

Boyd Co 112 

Louisville Central 150 

Mad. - N. Hopkins 151 

Marshall Co 189 

Pulaski Co 193 

Notre Dame 210 

Oldham Co 231 

Ballard 279 

Owensboro 285 

Campbell Co 318 

Fern Creek 339 

Southern 379 

Bullitt Central 389 

Western 421 

Madison Central 450 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1982 



1982 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPiONS 



CLASS AA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Danville 54 

2 Clay Co 97 

3 Franklin Co 136 

4 Simon Kenton 148 

5 Western Hills 160 

6 Taylor Co 195 

7 Wtiitley Co 199 

8 Bourbon Co 214 

9 Elizabethtown 219 

10 Highlands 239 

1 1 East Carter 268 

1 2 East Hardin 292 

13 Calloway Co 333 

14 Russell 338 

1 5 Rowan Co 345 

1 6 Webster Co 402 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 




Team Members Jennie Reigelman Sara Jackson, Susan 
Rankin, Kelly Terry, Sharon Woods, Marcie Mount, Betty 
White. 



CLASS AA GIRLS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Melissa Thomas 


Union County 




00 


2 


Pam Raghlin 


Bourbon County 




11 


3 


Janet Hord 


Taylor County 




15 


4 


Kathy Plank 


Conner 




20 


5 


Peggianna Snook 


Western Hills 




24 


6 


Monick Wampler 


Whitesburg 




32 


7 


Jennie Reigelman 


Danville 




39 


8 


Sara Jackson 


Danville 




40 


9 


Melissa Partin 


Whitley County 




47 


10 


Susan Rankin 


Danville 




56 


11 


Tonya Asher 


Clay County 




58 


12 


Julie Bauta 


Franklin County 


12 


02 


13 


Julie Candle 


Franklin County 


12 


02 


14 


Missy Carolin 


Bourbon County 


12 


02 


15 


Mary Baugher 


Rowan County 


12 


03 




Melissa Thomas, Union County 
Class AA Individual Champion 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1982 



PAGE SEVEN 



1982 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 



COVINGTON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 




Team Members: Robby Marshall, Mike Hellman, Kevin 
Ireland, Dave Dusing, Kurt Borne, Bryan demons, Doug 
Henderson 



CLASS AA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Covington Catholic 106 

2 Knox Central 113 

3 Barren Co 124 

4 Whitesburg 191 

5 Highlands 194 

6 Calloway Co 197 

7 Newport Catholic 1 99 

8 Owensboro Catholic 200 

9 Adair Co 232 

10 Grayson Co 244 

1 1 Rowan Co 244 

12 Jessamine Co 247 

13 Danville 278 

1 4 East Carter 293 

15 Woodford Co 331 

16 Bourbon Co 383 

17 Russell 496 





CLASS AA BOYS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Mike Wilson 


Rowan County 


15:49 


2 


Jim Ling 


Highlands 


16:41 


3 


Sam Carrico 


Owensboro Catholic 


16:50 


4 


Todd Powers 


Knox Central 


16:56 


5 


Robby Marshall 


Covington Catholic 


16:56 


6 


Paul Coakley 


Woodford County 


17:03 


7 


Charles Paynter 


Middlesboro 


17:12 


8 


Mike Hellman 


Covington Catholic 


17:13 


9 


James Boxx 


Middlesboro 


17:16 


10 


Raymond Bragg 


Barren County 


17:18 


11 


Tim Clark 


Owensboro Catholic 


17:24 


12 


Alan Davis 


Barren County 


17:28 


13 


Mike Wicker 


Calloway County 


17:29 


14 


Jeff Buck 


East Carter 


17:30 


15 


Barry Knight 


Calloway County 


17:30 




Mike Wilson, Rowan County 
Class AA Individual Champion 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1982 



1982 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 





CLASS A BOYS- 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Gavin Gaynor 


Hancock County 


15:54 


2 


Darrell Smith 


Fort Campbell 


16:34 


3 


Doug Mayberry 


Lexington Catholic 


16:37 


4 


Dean Darland 


Mercer County 


16:44 


5 


Mark Bertram 


Bishop Brossart 


16:44 


6 


Dave Moutoux 


Ky. Country Day 


16:45 


7 


Steve McGrath 


Bishop Brossart 


16:46 


8 


Mike Murphy 


Dayton 


16:50 


9 


Troy Wood 


Ovuen County 


16:54 


10 


Darrin Kinder 


Lexington Catholic 


16:58 


11 


Kevin Crank 


Dayton 


17:06 


12 


John Mays 


Anderson County 


17:07 


13 


Clay Norton 


South Hopkins 


17:13 


14 


Jesse Thomas 


Anderson County 


17:16 


15 


Hans Herklotz 


Bellevue 


17:18 







Gavin Gaynor, Hancock County 
Class A Individual Champion 






CLASS A GIRLS' 








FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Kim Hawkins 


Bath County 




03 


2 


Margaret Hendrix 


Trigg County 




35 


3 


Kitty Davidson 


Trigg County 




41 


4 


Julie Dickie 


Dayton 




42 


5 


Stacey Belt 


Anderson County 




44 


6 


Suzanne Leuna 


Richmond Model 




50 


7 


Lou Ann Marksberry 


Owen County 




52 


8 


Jennifer Russell 


Anderson County 




53 


9 


Robin Martin 


Mercer County 




54 


10 


Kim Taylor 


Providence 




54 


11 


Jamie Baker 


Silver Grove 




55 


12 


Angie Burns 


Silver Grove 




57 


13 


Stacy Woolfork 


Providence 




58 


14 


Deanna Kaufman 


Anderson County 




59 


15 


Genie B. Whitesell 


Fulton City 


12 


01 



Kim Hawkins, Bath County 
Class A Individual Champion 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1982 



PAGE NINE 



1982 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 



FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members: Darrell Smith, Greg Patton, Jesus 
Santiago, Chris Ramsey, Marl< Shriner, Kevin Tery, Marie 
Zirlde 



CLASS A BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Fort Campbell 96 

2 Dayton 99 

3 Bishop Brossart 125 

4 Grant Co 149 

5 Lexington Catholic 157 

6 Green Co 163 

7 Trigg Co 174 

8 West Hardin 225 

9 Somerset 226 

1 Anderson Co 264 

1 1 Hancock Co 286 

12 Bath Co 318 

1 3 Mercer Co 329 

14 Elliott Co 342 

1 5 Buckhorn 383 

16 Ky . Country Day 427 

1 7 Allen Central 428 

18 Whitesville Trinity 476 



CLASS A GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Trigg Co 58 

2 Anderson Co 72 

3 Dayton 95 

4 Providence 1 04 

5 Silver Grove 112 

6 Lexington Catholic 134 

7 Mercer Co 1 90 

8 Bishop Brossart 209 

9 Bath Co 226 

10 Trimble Co 278 

11 White. Trinity 285 

12 Garrard Co 363 

13 Paintsville 391 

14 Raceland 434 

15 Riverside 434 



TRIGG COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members. Margaret Hendrix, Kitty Davidson, Ginger 
Wallace, Mickey Radford, Kristy Maggard, Trudy 
Lancaster, Judy Lancaster 



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1982-83 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT 1 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Case Book, 4.13.9 — 4th line — change Team "A" to "B" and "B1" to "A1". 

9.0.0. B — 9th line — change "marked" to "unmarked". 
Meeting Folder, Page 2 — Under Screening Teammates — para. 1, 7th line 



change "not" to "now" 



SITUATION #1: Prior to any warning for lack of action. Team B is betiind in ttie 
score and Bl is playing detense on At and A2 inTeam Asmidcourt 81 is able 
to estabhsti a closely guarded situation repeatedly, but is unable to force a 
violation Can Bl keep ttiis up indefinitely or is it a lack of action situation'' 
RULING: Ttiere is no lack of action until the signal is given by the trail official 
There is no lack of action when Bl can reestablish a closely guarded situation 
within 5 seconds after the count stops Prior to the warning, the defense is not 
required to have more than one player in the midcourt regardless of the 
number of offensive players there However, as soon as lack of action exists, 
the official will signal toward the defense and begin the 5-second count which 
leads to the warning If the warning is given in this situation. Team B must then 
respond by sending B2 into the midcourt as Team A has 2 players there (10-2- 
3) 



SITUATION #2: The visiting team has brought a TV monitor into their di 
room and at halftime are replaying the tape of a previous game, 
RULING: Legal The rule prohibits gaming information via replay tapes, etc 



ng 



' does not prevent the \ 



from the game in progri 

previous games (10-1-1) 

SITUATION #3: The defense has previously been warned for I 

Thereafter, in the same period, Bl and B2 are pressing A1 i 

backcourt Team A is able to get the ball across the line in tin- 

contmue to play aggressive defense on Al and A2 as they pass a 

ball in the midcourt Alter about 10 seconds of this type of acti< 



swing of any 

ick of action 
nd A2 in As 
e Bl and B2 
iddribblethe 
n, Bl andB2 



drop back into a zone defense in the forecourt Is this a technical foul on Team 
B for not being continuously aggressive after the warning? 
RULING: No To this point, there has been no lack of action in this specific 
situation However, if Team A keeps the ball m the midcourt and Team B is 
responsible, the official will recognize a lack of action situation exists The 
designated signal will be given to indicate that Team B must now respond to 
the situation and comply with the requirements There is no lack of action 
unless the official has recognized and indicated it by signalling toward the 
responsible team Following the signal, the responsible team must then 
comply There is nothing to comply with or respond to until the official has 
used the signal which indicates a lack of action situation exists (10-2-3) 
SITUATION #4: Near the end of the game, the captain of Team A informs the 
officials that they wish to have a time-out immediately if they score a basket in 
their next possession Team A is behind 63-60 Al inbounds the ball and A2 
scores a field goal The ball goes through the basket with 6 seconds showing 
on the clock (a) The official immediately signals for the clock to stop and the 
timer slops It with 5 seconds remaining, or (b) Al requests time and the official 
signals with 5 seconds left The timer stops the clock with 4 seconds 
remaining, or (c) Bl has the ball for the throw-in with 4 seconds remaining 
when Al requests a time-out which is denied by the official and time runs out 
RULING: The official should not call a time-out as in (a) unless requested by a 
player The rules do not allow the official to stop the clock for a time-out unless 
It IS properly requested The official has erred by stopping the clock without a 
proper request for time by a player The official should acknowledge the error 
and give the ball to Team B for a throw-in anywhere along the end line If a 
player of A does request a time-out prior to the start of the throw-in, it should 
be granted In (b), the procedure is proper and no error in timing has been 
made In (c), the game is over Once the throw-in begins it is too late for the 
opponents to call time The fact that Team A alerted the official about a time- 
out has no bearing on this ruling (2-12, 5-8-3) 

COMMENT: The captain may alert the officials that they will be requesting a 
time-out at some specific point later on However, it should be made clear to 
him or her that a player must make the request at the proper time and gam the 
attention of the official The time-out is not automatic simply because the 
captain talked to the officials about what they plan to do Alerting the officials 
about a future time-out is a technique which should be discouraged as it often 
puts the officials in a position where they are criticized if any time runs off the 
clock after the situation occurs 

SITUATION #5: Are all technical fouls considered to be ■bench' technicals if 
committed by anyone other than the 5 players'' 

RULING: No The purpose of penalizing "bench" fouls with 2 shots is to 
discourage poor and unsportsmanlike conduct by all personnel occupying the 
bench This does not mean that if a technical is charged to a nonplayer it will 
always be a 2-shot foul A specific penalty of 1 shot is prescribed for such 
infractions as wearing an identical number, an illegal number, or illegal shirt A 
1-shot penalty is also prescribed for entering the court without reporting or 
without being beckoned by an official These infractions are all committed by 
nonplayers, but are not penalized under the "bench " rule The automatic 2- 
shot penalty for violating the "bench" rule applies when there is poor and 
unsportsmanlike conduct by any bench personnel, (10-6-3.4.5. 10-8-1.3, 10- 
10 Pen ) 



SITUATION #6: Team B is warned for lack of action Al and A2 are controlling 
the ball in the midcourt Bl and B2 respond after the warning Bl aggressively 
pursues dribbler Al while B2 assumes a legitimate defensive position between 
Al and A2 The closely guarded count on Al is at 3 when the dribble is ended 
Bl immediately leaves Al and retreats to the forecourt to prevent a pass from 
Al to A3 

RULING: A technical foul is immediately charged to Team B. Bl must 
continuously and aggressively pursue the ball in this situation This would 
include when Al ended the dribble and held the ball (10-2-3) 
SITUATION #7: Team A is warned for lack of action However, Al continues to 
hold the ball in the midcourt for 3 seconds and then fumbles A2 recovers the 
ball in the midcourt The official reaches a count of 5 seconds 
RULING: A technical foul is charged to Team A The trail official would have 
continued the lack of action count (while using the designated signal) after the 
tumble as the ball was still in control of Team A in their midcourt (10-2-3) 
SITUATION #8: Team A is warned for lack of action The trail official uses the 
designated signal and begins to count lack of action following the warning Al 
dribbles the ball for 2 seconds and then fumbles it A2 recovers in the 
forecourt. 

RULING: As soon as Team A advanced the ball to the forecourt, the lack of 
action count must stop When lack of action exists and there is no defensive 
pressure in the midcourt and the offense is responsible, they must move the 
ball into the forecourt to stop the count The same guidelines are used to 
determine when the ball reaches the forecourt as are used in determining 
advancement from back to frontcourt (10-2-3) 

SITUATION #9: Al is at the free throw line for the first of 2 attempts A2 and A3 
are occupying appropriate lane spaces A4 and A5 both come to the sidelines 
in front of their bench The coach of Team A is instructing them while Al 
makes the first attempt The team manager hands A4 and A5 (a) a squeeze 
bottle of liquid, or (b) a towel, or (c) a stick of chewing gum 
RULING; Legal as long as both players stay on the court and such activity is 
completed so it will not interfere with play following Al's second attempt. (10- 
6-8) 

SITUATION #10: In the 2nd quarter of play, (a) Al is detected wearing jewelry: 
or (b) incoming substitute A6 is wearing an illegal headband, 
RULING: In (a), A 1 must remove the jewelry immediately or leave the game In 
(b|, A6 must remove the illegal headband or return to the bench. Players may 
not participate with illegal equipment, however, when detected, there is no 
other penalty except removal of the equipment or leave the game (3-5) 
SITUATION »11: If the scorer erroneously records a missed free throw as 
being successful, is this a correctable error and what are the time limits for 
correcting if it is correctable'' 

RULING: The error is correctable until the final score has been approved This 
IS not an official's error as covered in rule 2-10, but is an error in record 
keeping Record keeping errors can be corrected with approval of the referee 
until the final score has been approved (2-3, 2-11) 

SITUATION #12: Bl fouls Al Team A is not in the bonus, but the official 
erroneously awards Al a one-and-one A1 makes the first attempt but misses 
the bonus Bl controls the rebound and dribbles into Team B's frontcourt and 
IS fouled by A2 Immediately following the foul, the coach of Team B properly 
asks for a conference to discuss a correctable error The coach of Team B 
points out that Team A was not in the bonus and that Al should not have 
received the free throws 

RULING: The error of awarding Al an unmerited one-and-one attempt is 
correctable The referee will cancel the one point scored for the successful 
free throw by Al However, the foul by A2 which occurred after the unmerited 
free throw attempts cannot be cancelled A2's foul must be penalized and the 
game will continue from the point at which it was interrupted to make the 
correction If Team B is in the bonus, Bl will be awarded a one-and-one 
attempt and the game will continue from that point If Team B is not in the 
bonus, the game will continue with a throw-m by Team B from an out-of- 
bounds spot closest to where A2s foul occurred (2-10, 7-5-3) 
SITUATION #13: 81 holds Al after the bonus provision is in effect 
Inadvertently Al is not given the opportunity to attempt a one-and-one Team 
A IS awarded the ball out-of-bounds and Al receives the throw-in Team A 
controls the ball inbounds, and A2 eventually asks (or and receives a time-out 
During the time-out, the referee either recognizes his or her own error or it is 
called to the referee's attention that Al should have been awarded a one-and- 
one free throw opportunity 

RULING: Al is awarded the one-and-one with no players 
tree throw lane and play is resumed at the point of interr 
spot out-of-bounds nearest to where the ball was when fir 
(2-10) 



lining up along the 
iption, which IS the 
le-out was granted 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1982 



PAGE ELEVEN 



1982-83 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT 1 



^ r 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS _ 

Case Book, Page 34 — In the first line change "3 minutes" to "2 minutes". 

Page 55 — In 8.2.2 Situation E change the word "illegal" to "legal" in the first line. 
Wrestling Examination I, Question 85 — Change the word "of to "by". 



SITUATION #1: If you have given your opponent(s) 48 hours of notification. 

you will be given a one-pound allowance when: (a) you are involved with 

consecutive days of dual meet competition; (b) you are involved with 

consecutive days of dual meet to tournament competition, (c) you are involved 

with consecutive days of tournament competition followed by a dual meet. 

RULING: In (a) and (b) there is a one-pound allowance for all involved teams 

the second day of dual meet competition or tournament competition 

conducted on consecutive days. In (c) you have a tournament followed by a 

dual meet. In this situation there is no allowance for a one-pound increase over 

the normal weight allowance. 

SITUATION #2: The offensive wrestler turns his opponent on his back and 

then applies a figure-4 scissors around the body in an attempt to pin his 

opponent. Is this situation considered as a technical violation? 

RULING: The figure-4 scissors is a technical violation when applied by the 

offensive wrestler around the body or both legs. The fact that the offensive 

wrestler has the defensive wrestler in a pinning situation is immaterial It is still 

a technical violation, and the match needs to be stopped immediately. If the 

violation occurs pnor to the offensive wrestler having the defensive wrestler 

in a near fall situation, then no points could be earned. If the offensive wrestler 

has the defensive wrestler in a near fall position prior to applying the figure-4 

scissors, then back points could be scored. 

SITUATION #3: The offensive wrestler breaks his opponent down to the mat, 

grabs the legs and posts the heel of the defensive wrestler's foot to his 

buttocks. He holds this situation in excess of 5 seconds, 

RULING: This is a stalling situation. If this is the first stalling call against the 

offensive wrestler, then he shall be warned on the first offense. I fit is the 

second offense, he shall be penalized according to the Penalty Chart. 

SITUATION ttA: The coach for Team A wants his 1 05-pound wrestler to be able 

to compete in either the 105-pound weight class or the 112-pound class. 

During the weigh-in, however, the wrestler's weight is verified only to be equal 

to or less than 105 pounds. Is it permissible for him to compete in either the 

105-pound weight class or the 112-pound weight class'' 

RULING: This wrestler could not compete at 112 pounds. In order for an 

individual to compete at the 11 2-pound level as well as the 105-pound level, his 

weight must be verified to be in excess of 98 pounds and equal to or less than 

105 pounds, 

SITUATION #5: After December 25 what is the minimum weight that a 

contestant must weigh in order to wrestle at both 165 pounds and at 185 

pounds? 

RULING: In order for a contestant to be eligible to wrestle both at 165 and 185 

after December 25. he must exceed the 155-pound weight class After 

December 25 he must weigh in excess of 157 pounds, as this is the minimu 

weight for a contestant to wrestle at the 1 55-pound weight class because of the 

2-pound growth allowance allowed after December 25 

SITUATION #6: Wrestler A lifts his opponent and returns him to the mat with 

unnecessary force (a) This occurs at or before the buzzer sounds to end the 

period, (b) This occurs after the buzzer sounds. 

RULING: In {a) this would be categorized as an illegal slam Wrestler B would 

receive one penalty point and would be allowed 2 minutes recovery time if he 

were injured, jn (b) Wrestler A could be either penalized for unsportmanlike 

conduct or flagrant misconduct because of action that took place after a 

period had concluded. 

SITUATION #7: Is it necessary for the defensive wrestler to assume a legal 

starting position that will also allow the offensive wrestler to assume a legal 

starting position? 

RULING: The defensive wrestler must assume a position which requires that 

he be stationary on his hands and knees so that both knees are on the mat 

behind and parallel to the rear starting line and that the heels of both hands are 

on the mat in front of the forward starting line. The elbows shall not touch the 

mat. This position must also allow the offensive wrestler to be able to assume a 

legal starting position. 

SITUATION #8: During the third period with the wrestlers in a neutral position, 

it is the opinion of the referee that both wrestlers are stalling. Is it permissible 

for the referee to make a double call for stalling"' 

RULING: At any time when an official recognizes stalling occurring, it is 

permissible to either warn or penalize one or both wrestlers at the same time. 

SITUATION #9: Wrestler A is injured when Wrestler B applies an illegal 

chicken wing. At the conclusion of the 2-minute recovery time, the coach of 

Wrestler A approaches the referee and requests that his wrestler be granted 2- 

minutes injury time, 

RULING: It is not permissible for a contestant to take injury time immediately 

following recovery time. If a contestant is injured by use of an illegal hold to the 

extent that he is unable to continue wrestling following a maximum of 2- 

minutes recovery time, then the match shall be defaulted and the injured 

wrestler would be declared the winner. Injury time and recovery time cannot 

be taken back to back. 

SITUATION #10: In one of the semifinal matches in the 155-pound weight 
class, a regular match ends in a tie with a score of 2-2 with Wrestler A scoring 2 
points for a takedown and Wrestler B scoring 2 points for a reversal. In the 
overtime match, both wrestlers score a one-point escape, and the overtime 



concludes with a score of 1 -1 , Which wrestler is declared the winner according 
to the Penalty Charf 

RULING: When you apply the overtime criteria 1 thru 9 to the overtime match. 
it does not declare a winner Criteria number states that the wrestler with the 
greater number of escapes shall be declared the winner, and in this situation, 
both contestants have one escape. Therefore, we go to criterion number 10. 
which states that you apply criteria 1 thru 9 to the regular match. In applying 
the criteria to the regular match. Wrestler A would be declared the winner 
because he had earned the greater number of takedowns 
SITUATION #11: The defensive wrestler has assumed the starting position, 
and the refereeindicates to the offensive wrestler to assume position In doing 
so. the offensive wrestler, with his left hand, grasps the left elbow of the 
defensive wrestler. By definition, this means that the left side of the defensive 
wrestler is the near side After placing his right hand in the proper position, the 
offensive wrestler places his right knee on the mat on the near side with his left 
knee not on the mat Is this a legal starting position for the defensive wrestler"? 
RULING: The offensive wrestler must have at least one knee on the mat on the 
near side of his opponent He may have either the left knee or the right knee on 
the mat, regardless of whether he is on the left or right side of the defensive 
wrestler The rule does not require the left knee to be on the mat when you are 
on the left side of the defensive wrestler, or the right knee to be on the mat 
when you are on the right side of the defensive wrestler The rule simply 
requires one knee on the mat on the near side. 

SITUATION #12: When the tournament host sends out information 
concerning a tournament, he indicates that the order of competition will start 
with the unlimited weight class, followed by the 98-pound competitors, and 
finish up with the 185-pound weight class. 

RULING: It is permissible to vary the order of competition in tournaments 
When there is a variation, however, this information should be included in the 
original packet that goes to all schools so that they will know well in advance of 
this varying weight orders. If the order is varied in a dual meet, it must be 
mutually agreed upon at the time of weigh-in, 

SITUATION #13: During the first round of a tournament, the coach of Team A 
questions a decision made by the referee on his 98-pound wrestler. Lateron in 
the first round of the tournament, the coach of Team A questions a decision on 
his 185-pound wrestler, 

RULING: The rules state that judgment decisions by the referee shall not be 
questioned If a coach questions a judgment decision, he shall be so advised, 
and if It occurs again, he shall be penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct 
according to the Penalty Chart Any time a judgment decision is questioned by 
a coach in tournament competition, it needs to noted with the head scorer so 
that a progressive account can be made of each session If this were to occur 3 
times during the same tournament session, the following penalties would be 
assessed: On the first occurrence, the coach would be advised; on the second 
occurrence, there would be a one-point team deduction, and on the third 
occurrence the coach would be removed from the premises for the duration of 
the tournament session 

SITUATION #14: During a dual meet, the contestant for School A in the 1 19- 
pound weight class does not have an opponent to wrestle from Team B. The 
coach of Team A sends his wrestler to the mat to receive a forfeit. Immediately 
following the referee's signalling a forfeit for the 1 19-pound class, the coach of 
School A approaches the scorers" table and asks that the forfeiture be deleted 
and that he be able to move his 119-pound contestant up to the 126-pound 
weight class 

RULING: A contestant is not allowed to accept a forfeit in one weight class and 
compete in another weight class. 

SITUATION #15: Wrestler A has Wrestler B in a pinning situation at the edge of 
the mat. He has held Wrestler B in this situation for a total of 3 seconds at which 
time Wrestler B's shoulder goes above the out-of-bounds line. As soon as 
Wrestler A notices that his opponent is partially out-of-bounds, he pulls him 
back into the inbounds area and holds him in the same pinning combination 
for a period of 5 seconds pnor to the ending of the period. 
RULING: Wrestler A would be awarded a 3-point near-fall. Even though the 
referee was counting on 2 different occurrences, the offensive wrestler had the 
defensive wrestler in the same pinning situation and therefore only one near- 
fall can be scored. He would, however, score the near-fall that earned the 
greater number of points. 

SITUATION #16: Wrestler A reports to the weigh-m with a prosthesis 
commencing from below the elbow. He has with him a permission letter from 
the state association authonzing the wearing of this artificial limb, (a) He 
weighs in wearing the artificial limb and then later decides to wrestle without it. 
(b) He weighs in without the artificial limb and prior to the beginning of the 
match decides that he will wear it during competition 

RULING: In (a) it would be legal to remove the artificial limb and wrestle 
without It. When an individual wrestles with a portion of the arm missing, the 
referee must make certain allowances for the starting position As long as the 
wrestler with the amputated arm is attempting to establish legal positioning. 
there would be no violation. In (b) the wrestler could not compete weanng the 
artificial limb. If you are going to wear an artificial limb during competition, it is 
required that you weigh in wearing it. The contestant would either have to 
compete without the artificial limb or not compete. 



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FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association set the football districts and regions 
for 1983 through 1986 as follows: 



CLASS A (0 - 425) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Ballard Memorial, Fulton County, Heath, 

Murray 

Sub-District 2 - Crittenden County, Ft. Campbell, 

Russellville 
District 2 — 

Campbeilsville, Caverna, Edmonson County, Gamaliel, 

Metcalfe County, Tompkinsville 
REGION II 
District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Madison, Mercer County, Paris, 

Garrard County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Eminence, Frankfort, Henry County, Ky. 

Country Day, Beth Haven 

Sub-District 2 - Carroll County, Owen County, Trimble 

County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2 — 

Bath County, Fairview, Nicholas County, Raceland 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan 

Sub-District 2 - Lone Jack, Lynn Camp, Pineville, 

Williamsburg 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, 

Phelps, Virgie 

Sub-District 2 - Betsy Layne, Mullins, Paintsville, 

Pikeville, Wheelwright 

CLASS AA (426 - 625) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Caldwell County, Mayfield, Reidland, Trigg County 
District 2 — 

Hancock County, McLean County, Todd County, 

Webster County 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Allen County, Butler County, Glasgow, 

Warren East 

Sub-District 2 - Adair County, Green County, Hart 

County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Bullitt East, Fort Knox, LaRue County, 

West Hardin 

Sub-District 2 - Anderson County, Bardstown, 

Washington County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Bourbon County, Harrison County, Mason County, 

Newport Catholic 
District 2 — 

East Carter, Fleming County, Lewis County, Rowan 

County, West Carter 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Boyle County, Casey County, Russell 

County 

Sub-District 2 - Corbin, Middlesboro, Wayne County, 

Somerset 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Hazard, Johns Creek, M.C. Napier, 

Whitesburg 

Sub-District 2 - Lawrence County, Morgan County, 

Prestonsburg 



CLASS AAA (626 - 1000) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Calloway County, Hopkinsville, Paducah Tilghman, 

Union County, Lone Oak 
District 2 — 

Barren County, Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Ohio 

County, Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, 

Meade County, North Bullitt 

Sub-District 2 - East Hardin, Grayson County, Marion 

County, Taylor County 
District 2 — 

Franklin County, Montgomery County, Scott County, 

Western Hills, Woodford County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Conner, Covington Catholic, Lloyd 

Memorial, Simon Kenton 

Sub-District 2 - Highlands, Newport, Scott 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Bell County, James A. Cawood, Knox 

Central, Rockcastle County, Whitley County 

Sub-District 2 - Estill County, Jessamine County, 

Lincoln County, Danville 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Breathitt County, Clay County, Knott Central, Leslie 

County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell, Sheldon Clark 
CLASS AAAA (1001 - up) 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Christian County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 

Marshall County 
District 2 — 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 

Owensboro 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Nelson County, North Hardin, Warren Central 
District 2 — 

Bullitt Central, Oldham County, Shelby County 
REGION III 
District 1 — 

Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates Creek 
District 2 — 

Clark County, Laurel County, Madison Central 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie Heights, 

Holmes 
District 2 — 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 

JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA 

District I — 

Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, 

Valley, Western 
District II — 

Atherton, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Moore, Southern 
District III — 

Fern Creek, Iroquois, Male, Manual, Seneca, St. Xavier 
District IV — 

Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jefferson town, Trinity, 

Waggener 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV, No. 4 



DECEMBER, 1982 



$5.00 



DELEGATE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forthcoming 
1983 annual meeting of the Association were elected by 
the Board appointed state representatives of the 
K.H.S.A.A. There were several ties in the voting tor 
delegate and alternate. These ties were broken recently, 
with the delegates and alternates determined by lot. Article 
IV, Section 2-c, of the Constitution states in the last 
sentence, "If the duly elected delegate or alternate does 
not answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the 
Delegate Assembly, the district shall remain not 
represented". The names of the district representatives are 
as follows: 

DELEGATES 

(1 ) Burley Mathls, (2) Berny Miller, (3) Donald Jones, (4) 
Jerry Ainley, (5) Kenneth Hardin, (6) Richard Vincent, (7) 
William Dunning, (8) Robert Baker, (9) Ed Bradley, (10) 
Jim Price, (11) Neil Maddock, (12) Sherwood Kirk, (13) 
Howard Gorrell, (14) Barclay Riley, (15) James Coomer, 
(16) Ralph Reece, (17) Charlie Rawlings, (18) Wayman 
Denison, (19) Jude Talbot, (20) Travis Scott, (21) Ted 
Hardin, (22) Charles Miller, (23) John Turner, (24) Rex 
Robinson, (25) Jay Levine, (26) Cletus Hubbs, (27) James 
Sexton, (28) J. Burton Miracle, (29) Keith Collins, (30) 
Ronald Sonny Fentress, (31) Bobby Simpson, (32) 
Thomas Taylor, (33) Joe Stark, (34) Charles Highfield, (35) 
John Heck, (36) Andy Christofield, (37) Jerry Jenkins, (38) 
Larry Kelsch, (39) Mike Foreman, (40) David Pomts, (41) 
Ken Tippett, (42) Frank Conyer, (43) Charles Maxson, (44) 
Frank Nassida, (45) Don Turner, (46) Johnny Laswell, (47) 
Herbert Davis, (48) Larry Stewart, (49) Roscoe Denny, (50) 
Gerald Joley, (51) Taylor Collins, (52) Kirk Chiles, (53) 
David Jones, (54) Dennis Wooton, (55) J.B. Goff, (56) 
Vernon Johnson, (57) George Baker, (58) Denzil Halbert, 
(59) Morris Justice, (60) Clell Hunt, Jr., (61 ) John Johnson, 

(62) Don Guance, (63) Bob Morrison, (64) Eugene Clark. 

ALTERNATES 

(1) Richard Wilkerson, (2) James Whiteley, (3) Charles 
Ford, (4) Bobby Miller, (5) Buddy Nichols, (6) Howard 
Crittenden, (7) Lanny Woodward, (8) Roy Woolum, (9) Bill 
Van Winkle, (10) Barry Barnes, (11) Randall Kidder, (12) 
Teddy White, (13) Bob Birdwhistell, (14) Daniel Carman, 
(15) Glenn Flanders, (16) Lindle Castle, (17) Ray Story, 
(18) Lenord McCoy, (19) Sister Margaret Willis, (20) 
George Critz, (21) Eugene Schreiner, (22) John Brown, 
(23) Thomas McCarthy, (24) Mike McDaniel, (25) Bob 
Jacobs, (26) Gene Minton, (27) Luther McDowell, (28) 
John Nealis, (29) Bob Wagoner, (30) David Baird, (31) Bill 
Yates, (32) Carl Wenderoth, (33) Gary Muncie, (34) John 
Alford, (35) Bill Dosch, (36) Thomas Seither. (37) David 
McMillen, (38) Larry Sutton, (39) Fairce O. Woods, (40) Pat 
Dale, (41) Don Hines, (42) Tommy Starns, (43) Russell 
Behanan, (44) Monty J. Lovell, (45) Jim Trachsel, (46) 
Marshall Norton, (47) Benny Hamby, (48) James Sears, 
(49) Bruce Morris, (50) David Mitchell, (51 ) Tom Stapleton, 
(52) Bill Berta, (53) David Hammonds, (54) John Minter, 
(55) Bill Toler, (56) Robert Terry, Jr., (57) Charles Adkins, 
(58) David Turner, (59) Richard Goodman, (60) Dorse 
Gene Adkins, (61) George Bellamy, (62) Harlan Fleming, 

(63) John Stephens, (64) Jay Hutchinson. 



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^ Merry Christmas and a New Year filled with 'n 

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MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn, Louisville, 
Kentucky, on Saturday morning, November 27, 1982. The 
meeting was called to order by President Fairce Woods at 
9:00 a.m. with all Board members. Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V, Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and Louis Stout present. 
Conley Manning was present representing the State 
Department of Education. The invocation was given by 
Alvis Johnson. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, 
that the minutes of the meeting held on October 16, 1982, 
be approved as submitted. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Mr. Jack Tracy appeared before the Board on behalf of 
his son, Scott, to ask the Board to waive By-Law 6, Transfer 
Rule, and restore his eligibility at Madison Central High 
School. Following Mr. Tracy's presentation, questions by 
the Board members to Mr. Tracy and Scott, and a lengthy 
discussion by members of the Board, Ray Story moved, 
that based on the information available, By-Law 6, Tranfer 
Rule not be waived at this time but that the Commissioner 
be authorized to investigate the case further and render a 
decision based upon his findings. Alvis Johnson seconded 
the motion and it passed unanimously. 

Mr. Millis presented correspondence received from 
Attorney Douglas A. Wetzel, who was present at the 
October 16, 1982 meeting representing Mark Armstrong. 
Mr. Wetzel had no new information to add to Mark's case. 
Mr. Wise reported on his investigation at Owensboro High 
School regarding Mark's eligibility. After a discussion on 
the case, John Brock moved that Mark Armstrong be ruled 
eligible due to the fact that the Principal of Owensboro 
High School did not have on file a signed statement 
showing that Mark's parents were notified of the eligibility 
rules and regulations as promulgated by the K.H.S.A.A. 
and the State Board of Education as required in Article X of 
the Constitution and By-Laws. The motion was seconded 
by Alvis Johnson. After much discussion on the case, the 
Board voted five in favor and four opposed to the motion. 



The motion carried. 



(fVlinutes continued on pg.2) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1982 



DECEMBER, 1982 VOL. XLIV, No. 4 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to : 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington. Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President — Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 
Vice President — Robie Harper (1979-1983) Drakesboro 
Directors — Cnarles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, John 
Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman (1980- 

1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Crawford (1982-1986) 
Louisville, Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981- 

1985) Barlow/, Ray Story (1982-1986); Conley Manning, 
State Department of Education Representative. 

Subscription Fiate $5.00 per year 

(Minutes continued from pg, 1) 

Following a discussion on the decision of the Board to 
waive the transfer rule in favor of those students who have 
not been properly informed of the eligibility rules and 
regulations of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association, Ray Story moved that the Commissioner 
inform the member schools that the Board of Control has 
adopted the posture that a statement signed by the 
students' parents indicating that they have received a copy 
of the eligibility rules and regulations as promulgated by 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association and the 
State Board of Education be on file prior to certifying the 
eligibility of the student. Students who transfer from one 
school to another shall be ruled eligible by the Board of 
Control in the event the principal of the school the student 
last attended cannot produce a copy of the signed 
statement. The motion was seconded by John Brock and 
passed unanimously. 

After a report by Billy V. Wise on the football playoff 
receipts and attendance and following a discussion by the 
Board, Bob Rogers moved that the Commissioner be 
empowered to grant each team that participated in the 
playoffs $1200.00 to help defray expenses. John Brock 
seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Woods then called upon John Brock 
Chairman of the Football Committe for the Committee's 
recommendations on the alignment of football districts 
and regions for 1983 through 1986. Mr. Brock reported that 
the Committee had met on several occasions and had 
placed the schools in districts and regions based upon 
their enrollment in grades 10-12 at the end of the 1981-82 
school year and their geographic location. 

Following Mr. Brock's presentation, the following 
persons spoke to the Board on behalf of their schools: 
Boyle County High School Principal Arnold Marshall and 
Superintendent Roy Camic; Principal Virgil Chambers, 
Washington County High School; Coach John Cain, 



Somerset High School; Assistant Principal Harold Turner, 
Wayne County High School; Athletic Dir. Tom Stapleton, 
Middlesboro High School and Coach Wilson Sears, 
Bourbon County High School. President Woods thanked 
each representative for their constructive comments. 

The Football Committee met briefly following the above 
presentations and then presented their final 
recommendation to the Board for consideration. Bob 
Rogers moved, seconded by Charles Black, that the 
recommendation of the Football Committee be adopted. 
After a discussion of the proposal, the motion carried by a 
vote of 8 to 1, with Eldon Davidson being opposed. The 
1983-1986 football alignment as adopted by the Board 
appears elsewhere in this issue of the "Athlete". 

Mr. Mills gave a report of the All-Sports Committee as 
requested by Chairman of the Committee, Whaylon 
Coleman. It was recommended that the K.H.S.A.A. provide 
medals and trophies for the track sectional meets. With 
regard to Limitation of Seasons, it was recommended that 
an additional two weeks practice time be allowed prior to 
the opening game of the season in each sport sponsored 
by the Association. It was also recommended that the 
maximum number of volleyball games be set at 20 as 
opposed to 15 in the original plan. Pat Crawford made the 
motion, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the Board accept 
the recommendations of the All-Sports Committee. The 
motion carried. 

Mr. Wise recommended that basketball officials be paid 
as follows: $35.00, District Tournament; $45.00, Regional 
Tournament; $55.00, State Tournament; plus 15(t per mile 
for all necessary mileage. Bob Rogers moved, seconded 
by John Brock, that Mr. Wise's recommendation be 
accepted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills reported to the Board that each year we send 
$500.00 to each team participating in the Girls' and Boys' 
State Basketball Tournament. He requested that the Board 
authorize a transfer of funds from the boys' account to the 
girls' account to cover this expenditure. Robie Harper 
made the motion, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the 
Commissioner be given the authority to do this. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

After much discussion regarding the assigning of 
officials for the district and regional basketball 
tournaments, Ray Story moved, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that the same plan as last year be followed— that 
being that officials would officiate within their region for 
the district tournaments but would go outside their region 
for the regional tournaments. However, the local policy 
boards in adjacent regions may switch officials for district 
tournaments in situations where there is a shortage of 
qualified officials. The motion carried with a vote of 7 in 
favor of the motion and 2 opposed. 

Louis Stout requested that the Board require schools 
who are participating in Slow Pitch Softball to play a 
minimum of four games against member schools to be 
eligible to participate in the Slow Pitch Softball 
Tournament. Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Alvis 
Johnson, that this regulation be adopted. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

A lengthy discussion was held regarding the possibility 
of involving more teams in football playoffs. John Brock 
moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the 
Commissioner be authorized to form a committee to study 
the present playoff system to determine if additional teams 
may be included in the playoffs in the future. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

(Minutes continued on pg. 12) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1982 



PAGE THREE 



1982 Kentucky High School Football Playoff Winners 

Finals — Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center 

Louisville, Kentucky 



REGION 1 

District 1 - Murray 7 

District 2 — Tompkinsville 28 

REGION II 

District 1 — 


Paris 35 


Tompkinsville 6 


CLASS A 


Paris 22 


Paris 35 








District 2 

Sub District 1 - Ky. Country Day 




Carroll Co. 
















Sub-District 2 -Carroll County 40 










REGION III 

District 1 — Beechwood 21 


State Champion 
Class A 


District 2 — Raceland 

REGION IV District 1 
Sub-District 1 — Cumberland 14 


Cumberland 20 








Cumberland 7 


Cumberland 6 




District 2 






Sub-District 2 — Williamsburg 


Paintsville 6 




District 2 




Sub-District 1 — Jenkins 8 










Sub-District 2 — Paintsville 28 







REGION I 

District 1 

Sub-District 1 — Mayfield 24 





Maytield 


Glasgow 24 


Glasgow 6 




Sub-District 2 — Ft Campbell 14 


Glasgow 6 




District 2 


CLASS AA 


Sub-District 1 — Glasgow 20 


Ft. Knox 22 








Sub-District 2 — Edmonson Co. 7 


Ft. Knox 28 




REGION II District 1 




Sub-District 1 — Ft Knox 14 


Corbin 18 








Sub-District 2 — Bardstov\/n 13 


Rowan County 6 




District 2 




Sub-District 1 — Bath County 8 


Corbin 28 






Corbin 


Sub-District 2 - Rowan County 11 




State Champion 


REGION III 

District 1 - Boyle Co. 13 


Class AA 

Nov 26, 1982 








District 2 — Corbin 28 


Prestonsburg 




REGION IV 






District 1 — Whitesburg 6 












District 2 — Prestonsburg 26 







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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1982 



1982 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 



REGION I 

District 1 — Lone Oak 





Franklin-Simpson 20 


CLASS AAA 


District 2 — Franklin-Simpson 34 






REGION II District 1 
Sub-District 1 — Elizabethtown 


Franklin-Simpson 




Sub-District 2 — 


Grayson Co. 21 








Grayson County 27 


Franklin Co. 20 


Grayson Co. 7 




District 2 


— 


Sub-District 1 — Danville 13 








Sub-District 2 — 






Franklin Co. 14 








REGION III District 1 


;7 


Highlands 


Sub-District 1 - Covington Catholic 


State Champion 




Highlands 43 




Class AAA 


Sub-District 2 — Higtilands 13 


Cawood 13 




Nov. 26, 1982 


District 2 


Highlands 28 






Sub-District 1 — Cawood 28 




Highlands 6 








Sub-District 2 — Lincoln County 6 








REGION IV 

District 1 — Breathitt County 


Russell 










District 2 — Russell 20 









JEFFERSON COUNTY 



CLASS AAAA 



District 4 — (W) Trinity 34 










District 1 — (R) Valley 


St. Xavier 






Trinity 16 




District 3 — (W) St. Xavier 11 










District 2 — (R) Doss 8 












Southern 3 




District 2 — (W) Southern 42 








Southern 23 






District 3 — (R) Seneca 7 


Ballard 14 


Southern 17 








District 1 — (W) Butler 7 














District 4— (R) Ballard 15 










STATE 


Christian County 


District 1 — Christian County 35 


Class AAAA Champion 
Fairgrounds 




Christian Co. 32 




District 2 — Ovi/ensboro 7 


• Oldham Co. 7 




Nov. 27, 1982 


REGION II 


Christian Co. 27 






District 1 — Marion County 8 




Christian Co. 10 








District 2 — Oldham Co. 15 








REGION III „ 






District 1 — Bryan Station 21 








Bryan Station 12 






District 2 — Clark County 4 


Paul Blazer 6 


Bryan Station 




REGION IV 




District 1 — Boone Co. 3 










District 2 — Paul Blazer 21 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1982 



PAGE FIVE 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY — CLASS AAAA CHAMPION 




(Team Members) J. Polndexter, J. Johnson, M. Fears, J. Goble, P. Brooks, J. Majors, M. Jones, M. 
KIrkham, B. Blllingsley, M. Briggs, T. Noel, B. Gore, P. Barker, C. Banks, R. Smith, D. Griffith, L. Brewer, M. 
Wilford, M. Majors, J. Lyons, J. Rogers, L. Cavanah, J. Hughes, C. Babb, G. Craft, S. Wilson, M. Wilson, E. 
Snorton, L. Peterson, W. Roger, T. Forbes, M. Freeman, O. Latham, T. Moore, S. Brown, S. Brown, J. Reese, 
B. Swinney, S. Lubben, T. Johnson, B. Carpenter, J. Fauik, L. Majors, B. Long, R. Bain, B. IHammons, C. 
Goode, F. Taylor, J. Ferguson, R. Dupee, J. Thomas, T. Young, T. Foiz, C. Crabtree, J. London, J. Victor, P. 
Green, M. Day, J. Edwards, F. Black, D. Gamble, D. Taylor, K. Owens, T. Allen, C. White, B. Palmeter, T. 
l-laverkost, D. Mactavish, K. Hart, M. Dayoc, B. Bond, B. Siveiy, D. Haxton, R. Rager, M. Neal, Head Coach D. 
Gobie, AssL Coaches D. Hampton, D. Sundberg, i. Baker, E. Snorton, S. Knight, J. Perrin, J. Shelton, J. 
Moorefieid. 



SOUTHERN — CLASS AAAA RUNNER-UP 




(Team Members) D. Sullivan, G. Mayer, J. DeTaiante, L. Dow, M. Byre, T. Hewitt, T. Lanham, B. Driscoli, 
D. Davis, M. Webster, J. Brewer, B. Bibb, G. Willis, J. Webb, M. Green, B. Holmes, C. Kersnick, S. Smith, M. 
Mulkins, J. Maddox, P. Heavrin, J. Buckman, J. Simmons, S. Tillman, J. Johnson, R. Watson, K. Griggs, M. 
Fisher, E. Mason, G. White, T. Maddox, J. Wales, J. Linton, D. Smith, T. Singleton, B. Brown, T. Webb, G. 
Steiger, K. Gregory, R. Hudson, A. Cox, M. Cox, D. Lindsey, M. Bickel, R. Arnold, L. WInburn, R. Toil, W. 
Logsdon, W. Taylor, M. Johnson, T. Evans, T. Washington, T. Wilson, G. Moody, D. Moutardier, E. Monroe, 
D. Lord, G. Justice, T. Carter, T. Duvail, R. Morris, C. Jefferies, A. Moses, R. Tudor, J. Jackson, B. Bryant, S. 
Eadens, R. McPeek, D. Embry, Head Coach D. Dohn, Asst. Coaches J. Keepers, R. Gibson, S. Mouser, B. 
Harrod, B. Mulkins. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1982 



HIGHLANDS — CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




(Team Members) T. Merrill, M. Ansara, B. Hoffman, B. Burkart, J. Kremer, D. Moeller, P. Bucliert, D. 
Spritzky, R. Fangman, M. Thompson, T. Baskett, J. Bankemper, S. Donovan, R. DeSpaIn, B. KIsker, T. 
Raisbeck, R. Maile, R. Paolucci, B. Menefee, M. Aebly, J. Belting, P. Ford, P. Whaley, J. DIerIg, D. 
Schlldmeyer, T. Dougherty, J. Dapper, G. Greis, S. Graves, T. Barth, T. Belting, T. Spritzky, D. Tehan, K. 
Smith, J. Harris, J. Graf, D. Merkle, B. Steppe, L. Murray, M. Cottlngham, T. Rlxson, S. McFarland, D. 
Fischer, J. SIzemore, T. New, T. DIedenhofer, M. DIerig, T. Abner, B. Oliver, D. Emmett, K. Hensley, G. 
Herrmann, M. Wenstrup, B. Broxterman, C. Herzog, D. Krebs, A. Braun, S. Beagle, S. Rath, A. Campbell, B. 
Gerding, J. Ulbrlcht, T. Downard, S. Conley, T. Haas, J. Smith, T. Crawford, J. Eisner, D. Ossege, B. 
McMahon, E. RIchter, S. Downey, D. Studer, Coaches B. Herrmann, R. Walz, S. Hicks, V. Brown, M. Leising, 
C. Barr, D. Bradford, B. Luecke. 



FRANKLIN-SIMPSON - CLASS AAA RUNNER-UP 







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(Team Members) T. Baird, M. Metcalf, M. Hammonds, T. Randolph, K. Lunsford, S. Savage, B. Payne, S. 
Burklow, J. Phillips, R. Caudlll, S. Satterly, T. Bellamy, A. Belt, W. Bland, G. Anderson, T. Gohn, C. Alford, H. 
Smith, J. Hopson, J. Searcy, K. KIrby, J. Searcy, N. Downey, J. Hughes, J. Neal, J. Gentry, J. Stone, T. 
McGee, T. Jones, M. Reid, M. Bradford, D. Uhls, K. Perry, L. Gann, J. Lee, D. Nolan, J. Stovall, D. Johnson, A. 
Williams, D. Perdue, W. McKennay, F. Newiand, J. Dinwiddle, M. Conn, P. Payne, J. Yarbrough, M. Swift, 
Head Coach J. Mathews, Asst. Coaches B. Johnson, W. Heath, S. Hooks, J. Thurmond. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1982 



PAGE SEVEN 



CORBIN — CLASS AA CHAMPION 




(Team Members) G. Duncum. T. Shenberger, G. Foley, R. Lamm, M. Frederick, B. Schleiz, D. Steely, H. Reedy. Jr., J. Lacefleld, J. Foreman, L. Henderllght, P. 
Lanham, T. Greer, S. Jackson, B. Wells, J. McDanlels, J. Maguett, D. Moore, B. Rice, S. Champlln, D. Steely, G. Davenport, S. Rawllngs, D. Rawlins, B. Storms, B. 
Reeves, J. Adams, T. Harrell. P. Clevenger, R. Rose. B. Ingle, H. Anderson, D. Elliott, O. Miller, A. Sadler, R. Fox, S. Jewell, T. Kllgore, T. Trosper, T. Campbell, M. 
Church, S. Ellison, G. Eldrldge, C. Ely, J. Page, B. Rose, B. Curd, J. Lowe, R. Smith, E. Sears. D. Reeder, D. Vaughn, J. Norwell, L. Helton, N. Mathena, D. Martin, T. 
Mammons, M. Pennington, B.J. Cantron, M. Jackson, N. Creech. 



GLASGO W — CLASS AA RUN NER-UP 





(Team Member*) 0. Bailey, J. Meek, S. Jones, M. Walker, O. Hayet, T. Woolen, J. Depp, J. Buford, T. Hayes, T. Chlldreu, B. Hayes, E. Childress, R. TIbbs, C. 
Leech, M. Vaughn, T. Smith, R. Alexander, K. Brown, J. Goodsen, S. Hayes, D. Tobin, P. Stidham, J. Stahl, T. SchwIUgebel, N. K|elsen, J. Hunt, T. Shank, R. 
KInslow, T. Wells, O. Kinsman, G. Ganter, F. Epiey, T. Fisher, S. Franklin, B. Lalerty, S. Pierce, M. Thomas, H. Hayes, L. Sales, M. Elmore, J. Poland, Head Coaches 
C. Meadows, J. Vance, C. Groves, S. Royse. 



CUMBERLAND — CLASS A RUNNER-UP 




(Team Members) M. Blanton, J. Lewis, R. Chapman, P. Gaftrey, C. Garland, T. Sunday, J. Sherman, D. Jones, B. Mcllquham, T. Clark, B. Ely, R. Tucker, J. Hunt, 
R. KIrksey, D. Wllkerson, H. Hughes, A. Thrash, B. Pruitt, A. Walker, J. Cornelt, D. Murphy, E. Allen, M. Begley, K. Kelly, M. Sparkman, R. Wesley, T. Pennington, B. 
Duncum, K. Moss, K. Smith, J. WIglngton, 0. Chllders, M. Wesley, J. BIrchtleld, G. Lewis, J. Eads, E. Mannuel, S. Sheppherd, S. Dlion, D. Olxon. R. Washington, 
G. Amos, D. Fields, K. Burt, C. Dlion, T. Carter, G. Boggs, G. Gregory, A. Knoll. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1982 



1982-83 K.H.S.A.A. MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND 
REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 











REGION 1 










School 


Address 


Principal 


Boys' Coach 


Girls' Coach 


D. 


1 


Carlisle County 


Bardwell 42023 


Burley Mathis 


Craynor Slone 


Linda Stegner 






Fulton 


Fulton 42041 


Jimmie Cagle 


David Elliott 


Wayne Lohaus 






Fulton County 


Hickman 42050 


Richard Wilkerson 


Richard Henson 


Jim McGrath 






Hickman County 


Clinton 42031 


Ray Curtis Wilson 


Mark Cooper 


Gerald Vaughn 


D. 


2 


Ballard Memorial 


Barlow 42024 


Bob Rogers 


B. B. Kendrick 


Frank Haneline 






Heath 


West Paducah 42086 


Don Werner 


Steve Bowers 


Rodney Bushong 






Lone Oak 


Paducah 40021 


Thomas Stephenson 


Steve Speed 


Clitt Owen 






Paducati Tilghman 


Paducah 42001 


Dr. Jim Jackson 


Berny Miller 


David Roof 






Reidland 


Paducah 42001 


Don Rudolph 


Dennis Gourley 


Gary Cunningham 






St. Mary 


Paducah 42001 


Rev. Gerald Calhoun 


Larry Hopper 


Richard Durbin 


D. 


3 


Fancy Farm 


Fancy Farm 42039 


Donald M Jones 


Eddie Armstrong 


Phillip Forester 






Farmington 


Farmington 42040 


Al Colley 


Allen Thompson 


Joe Warren 






Lowes 


Lowes 42061 


Charles W. Ford 


Jim Long 


Lana Jackson 






Sedalia 


Sedalia 42079 


Jimmy Wiggins 


Ken Wary 


Billy Kinsey 






Symsonia 


Symsonia 42082 


Boyd Whitt 


Steve Dresher 


Belinda Hawkins 






Wingo 


Wingo 42088 


Donald Spicer 


Wayne Wadlington 


Bridges Holland 


D. 


4 


Calloway County 


Murray 42071 


Jerry Ainley 


Jack Pack 


John Orr 






Marstiall County 


Benton 42025 


Bobby G Miller 


Bobby Toon 


Howard Beth 






Mayfield 


Mayfield 42066 


Ralph Colby 


Roger Fields 


Lanny Lancaster 






Murray 


Murray 42071 


Bill Wells 


Gary Miller 


Rich Fisher 



D. 5 

D. 6 
D. 7 

D. 8 



Caldwell County 
Crittenden County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 
Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 
Dawson Springs 
Madisonville-North 
Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 
Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
University Heights 
Academy 



Princeton 42445 
Marion 42064 
Burna 42028 
Eddyville 42038 
Cadiz 42211 
Henderson 42420 
Providence 42450 
Morganfield 42437 
Dixon 42409 
Dawson Springs 42408 

Madisonville 42431 
Nortonville 42442 
Nebo 42441 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Ft Campbell 42223 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Hopkinsville 42240 



REGION II 

Charles T. Elder 
Clinton D Kirk 
Kenneth T. Hardin 
Buddy L. Nichols 
August Pisa 
Howard R Crittenden 
J.W. Ballard 
Richard Vincent 
Bob Gillaspie 
Philip D. Back 

Floyd Brown 
William H. Dunning 
Gary Morgan 
Barney Thweatt 
Bill R. Perry 
Harold Wood 
Robert C. Baker 



Harry Byrd 
Hugh Highfil 
Don Ringstaff 
Doug Phelps 
Ray Maggard 
Bill Loney 
Joe Smith 
Tris Kington 
John D. Wilson 
Kent Dillingham 

Don Parson 
Lonnie Burgett 
Jim Beshear 
Lyie Dunbar 
Tim McDougle 
Daryl Hallmark 
Roy Woolum 



William Fralick 
Joe McCord 
Larry Lock 
Carroll Wadlington 

Jerry Mezur 
David Borders 
Bob Brantley 
Phil Gibson 
Randy Oliver 

Teresa Ashby 
Mark Rutledge 
Doug Harris 
Lynn Colley 
Kenneth Killebrew 
Bob McCord 
Roy Woolum 



D. 9 



D. 10 



D. 11 



D. 12 



Apollo 

Daviess County 
Mount St Joseph 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 
Bremen 
Central City 
Drakesboro 
Graham 
Greenville 
Hughes-Kirk 
Muhlenberg Central 
Breckinridge County 
Frederick Fraize 
Hancock County 
St. Romuaid 
Trinity 
Fordsville 
Grayson County 
Ohio County 
McLean County 



Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Maple Mount 42356 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Bremen 42325 
Central City 42330 
Drakesboro 42337 
Graham 42344 
Greenville 42345 
Beechmont 42372 
Powderly 42367 
Harned 40144 
Cloverport 40111 
Lewisport 42351 
Hardinsburg 40143 
Whitesville 42378 
Fordsville 42343 
Leitchfield 42754 
Hartford 42347 
Calhoun 42327 



REGION III 

Frank A. List 
Waymond Morris 
Sr. Catherine Marie 
Bill Van Winkle 
Rev. J. Edward Bradley 
Ken Arbuckle 
Jim Wilcox 
James Dossett 
Carl R. Sparks 
Charles Cummers 
Allen J. Miller 
Perry F. Hill 
Rob Cox 
Ed Belcher 
Herbert S. 'r'oung 
Sr. Elaine Byrne 
Chris Cameron 
Dr. Leonard Ralph 
Teddy White 
Ray C. Johnson 
Donal Hayes 



John Whitmer 
Mike West 

Randy Embry 
Jim Mueller 
Bryan Whitaker 
Tony Hopper 
Robie Harper 
Taylor Sparks 
Mike Riffe 
Randy Ursery 
Dale Todd 
Dean Hobbs 

Dennis Snyder 
Randy Kidder 
Jack Lee 
Steve Patton 
Charles Grain 
Don Hoskins 
Rick Johnson 



Willis McClure 
Jim Duke 
Martha Luckett 
Walter Lee 
Mike Reeves 
Barry Barnes 
Mark Eades 
Robie Harper 
Mickey Strader 
Ron Wigglesworth 
Barry Silvey 
Sam Sparks 
Denny LaGrange 
Elizabeth Mathis 
David Cowden 

Stephanie Warren 
Darline Ashby 
Mike Geary 
Janet Magan 
Andy Groves 



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REGION IV 



D. 


13 


Butler County 


Morgantown 42261 


Ray Burden 


Bob Burden 


Gary Wallace 






Logan County 


Russellville 42276 


Howard Gorrell 


Gerald Sinclair 


Jim Thompson 






Russellville 


Russellville 42276 


Wallace Mason 


Don Burton 


Matt Tipton 






Todd Central 


Elkton 42220 


Andrew Renick 


Fred Harper 


Jerri Houchin 


D. 


14 


Bowling Green 


Bowling Green 42101 


W.A. Franklin 


Jim Faulkner 


C.A. Meisel 






Franklin-Simpson 


Franklin 42134 


Ken Metcalf 


Frank Cardwell 


Roger Matthews 






Potter Christian 


Bowling Green 42101 


Barclay Riley 


Tony Rutherford 


Rick May 






Warren Central 


Bowling Green 42101 


David D. Crowe 


Curtis Turley 


Vanous Lloyd 






Warren East 


Bowling Green 42101 


Joe Watkins 


Tommy Compton 


Fred Carter 


D. 


15 


Allen County 


Scottsville 42164 


Bennie Keen 


Gary Shelton 


David Young 






Barren County 


Glasgow 42141 


James Coomer 


Carroll Yager 


Jimmy Taylor 






Edmonson County 


Brownsville 42210 


Johnny Vincent 


Mike Weaver 


Mike Houchin 






Glasgow 


Glasgow 42141 


Jerry L. Harris 


Bobby Cook 


Terry Flatt 


D. 


16 


Clinton County 


Albany 42602 


Dr. Donald R. Hayes 


Gary Dunlap 


David McFarland 






Cumberland County 


Burkesville 42717 


Ronnie Skipworth 


David Wells 


Jim Radford 






Gamaliel 


Gamaliel 42140 


Jerome Taylor 


Billy Murphy 


Louis Carter 






Metcalfe County 


Edmonton 42129 


Hurshel Toms 


Douglas Clemmons 


Gary Richardson 






Tompkinsville 


Tompkinsville 42167 


Prentice Stanford 


Russell Vanzant 


Lewis Carter 



D. 17 

D. 18 
D. 19 
D. 20 



East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 
Caverna 
Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 
Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 
Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Fort Knox 40121 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radcliff 40160 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horsecaved 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgeville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



REGION V 

Bill Reynolds 

Charles M. Rawlings 

William 8. Johns 

Vernon K. Wilson 

Ray Story 

Bill Kelley 

J. Leiand Clack 

Forrest Kelly 

Waymon Denison 

Corky Cox 

Jude Talbott 

Sister Margaret Willis 

John Snider 

W. Virgil Chambers 

George Critz 

Charles T. Richardson 

Charles Crawley 

Edward Cox 



Kenneth Morris 

Lee Bishop 
Larry Miller 
Ron Bevars 
Pat Tully 
Kim Shaw 
Carl Deaton 
Roy McKamey 
Bobby Embry 
Tom Williams 
Bev Hart 

Randal Robertson 
Charles Simpson 
Glynn Nixon 
Sam Karr 
Charlie Hopkins 
Fred Waddle 



Kenneth Rucker 
Robert Shearer 
Junie Jones 
Roger Cross 
Marlene Lamm 
Kenny Lane 
Phil Gowdy 

Terry Martin 
Joe Newton 
Roland Williams 
Gary Kidwell 
Minor Harmon 
Bill Newton 
Greg Bardin 
Cathy Settle 
Beverly Roby 
Rollin McQueary 



REGION VI 



D. 


21 


Central 


Louisville 40203 


Joseph McPherson 


Robert L. Graves 


Lou Wheeler 






Portland Christian 


Louisville 40212 


Ted Hardin 


Steve Hill 


Larry Weinberger 






Presentation Academy 


Louisville 40203 


Sr. Maureen Coughlin 




Jim Protenic 






Shawnee 


Louisville 40212 


George Carson 


Estil Griffis 


Lonnie Johnson 


D. 


22 


Angela Merici 


Louisville 40216 


Sr. Paula Kleine-Kracht 




Ray Koch 






Bishop David 


Louisville 40216 


Gerald Wilkinson 


Tony Simpson 








Butler 


Louisville 40216 


Byron H Bell 


Mike Durham 








Pleasure Ridge Park 


Louisville 40258 


Charles Miller 


Dale Mabrey 


Larry Pack 






Western 


Louisville 40216 


John D. Brown 


Joe Burks 


Bobby Jones 


D. 


23 


Beth Haven Christian 


Louisville 40272 


John Russell 


Pat Milligan 


George Clark 






Doss 


Louisville 40214 


Stanley Whitaker 


Leon Mudd 


Phil Ritz 






Fairdale 


Fairdale 40118 


John Turner 


Stanley Hardin 


Elizabeth Thornberry 






Valley 


Valley Station 40272 


Thomas McCarthy 


Fred Copass 


Robert Durham 


D. 


24 


DeSales 
Evangel 


Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40219 


Father Farrel Kane 
Jim Howard 


Mike Campbell 








Holy Rosary 


Louisville 40214 


Sr Mary Louise Edwards 


Martha Todd 






Iroquois 


Louisville 40215 


Harry Tibbs 


Charles Moore 


Von Macklin 






Southern 


Louisville 40219 


James Burch 


Rick Shadburne 


Bill Brown 



REGION VII 



D. 25 



D. 26 



Brown 


Louisville 40202 


Martha Ellison 


George Walker 




DuPont Manual 


Louisville 40208 


Joe Liedtkie 


Fred Holden 


Leonard Cou 


Kentucky School f/t BlindLouisville 40206 


Richmond Marcy 






Louisville Collegiate 


Louisville 40204 


Douglas Mackelcan 






Male Traditional 


Louisville 40203 


R. Ted Boehm 


Maurice Payne 


Tena Leahy 


Mercy Academy 


Louisville 40204 


Sr. Lois Back 




Charlie Just 


Ninth & Baptist 


Louisville 40208 


Rosemary Hatcher 


Alan Vance 


Donna Haag 


St. Francis 


Louisville 40202 


Thomas Pike 






St. Xavier 


Louisville 40217 


Bro. Edward Driscoll 


Alan Donhoff 




Assumption 


Louisville 40205 


Karen Russ 




Kathy Fries 


Atherton 


Louisville 40205 


Sonny Hubbs 


Bill Moore 




Christian Academy of 


Louisville 40207 


John S. Pittenger 


Eugene DePorter 


David Green 


Louisville 










Seneca 


Louisville 40220 


John Whiting 


Tony Carman 




Trinity 


Louisville 40207 


Rev. Thomas Duerr 


J. Thompson 





PAGE TEN 


THE KENTUCK 


D. 27 


Fern Creek 


Fern Creek 40291 




Jetfersontown 


Jetfersontown 40299 




Marion Moore 


Louisville 40228 




Walden 


Louisville 40207 


D. 28 


Ballard 


Louisville 40222 




Eastern 


Louisville 40243 




Kentucky Country Day 


Louisville 40222 




Sacred Heart Academy 


Louisville 40206 




Waggener 


Louisville 40207 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1982 



John v. Fiesctiar Sr. 
James Sexton 
Luttier McDowell Jr. 
Jotin Gernert 
Patrick Crawford 
Harold Andrews 
James Ledyard 
Sr. Marie Willenbrink 
A.K. Draut 



George Abernathy 
Robert Bozartti 
Robert Driggers 
Duane Hill 
Don Salyer 
William Johnson 
Myron Huey 

Don Hottman 



Paul Callahan 
Art Olliges 
Suzanne Wallace 
Janice Crenshaw 
Jamie Waldell 
Karen Morgan 
John Filar 
Bunny Daugherty 
Bob Stewart 



REGION VIII 



D. 29 
D. 30 

D. 31 
D. 32 



Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 
Anderson County 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Western Anderson 
Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 
Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Shepherdsville 40165 
Mt. Washington 40047 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Shelbyville 40065 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41095 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



George Valentine 
Ray Foster 
C.T. Collins 
James F. Huggins 
Sonny Fentress 
David Baird 
Ronald Young 
Sam Chandler 
Charles Scott 
William Cord 
Bill Prewitt 
Mr. Justin Minnehan 
Larry Moore 
John W. Brill 
Dr. Tom Taylor 
Tom Sims 
Shirley Wagoner 



Bill Schott 
Bill Bass 
Garry Jervis 
Tom Creamer 
Kermit Koenig 
Jim Willhite 
John Reeves 
Tom Creamer 
Paul Watts 
Bobby Simpson 
Wayne Scudder 
Bob Hoggard 

C.R. Wenderoth 
Jerry Garris 
Everett Varney 
Bob Buege 



Mary Ann Elam 
Steve Small 
Phil Berry 

Charlotte Chowning 
Bill Pickett 
Don Van Meter 
Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chowning 
William Yates 
William Yates 
Jim Hinsdale 
Dave Weed man 
Jim Barnes 
Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Robert Bottoms 
Hilbert Hensley 



REGION IX 



D. 


33 


Boone County 


Florence 41042 


Ken Johnstone 


Mike Karr 


Ben Coffman 






Conner 


Hebron 41048 


William Arnold 


Bill Warfield 


Dwight Levi 






Dixie Heights 


Ft. Mitchell 41017 


Jim Jenkins 


Kevin OToole 


Dave Sorell 






Lloyd Memorial 


Erianger 41018 


Charles Ray Fugitt 


Bill Code 


Rusty Kordenbrock 






St Henry 


Elsmere 41018 


Ronald Albrinck 


John Ouatman 


Barbara elites 






Simon Kenton 


Independence 41051 


Robert Abell 


Donnie McFarland 


Gerry Scaring! 






Walton-Verona 


Walton 41094 


Frank Lyons 


Bob Eades 


Bob Coates 


D. 


34 


Beechwood 


Ft. Mitchell 41017 


Dr. Lee Stearns 


Wayne Shipley 








Covington Catholic 


Covington 41011 


Paul Brinker 


Jack Kaelin 


George Schneider 






Covington Latin 


Covington 41011 


Rev. Edwin Heile 


Gene Morrison 








Holmes 


Covington 41014 


Dr. Roger Childress 


Reynolds Flynn 


James Woolridge 






Holy Cross 


Covington 41015 


Fred Breyer 


Pat Ryan 


Bill Goller 






Ludlow 


Ludlow 41016 


Thomas Holloway 


Ray Thompson 


Nancy Gulp 






Notre Dame 


Covington 41011 


Sr. M. Virginia Ann 




Sarah Kelsch 






Villa Madonna Academy 


' Covington 41016-1197 


Sr. Nancy Kordenbrock 




Annette Fischer 


D. 


35 


Bellevue 


Bellevue 41073 


Willian Dosch 


Mike Swauger 


Sally Meng 






Dayton 


Dayton 41074 


Tom Hood 


Stan Steidel 


Mike Hall 






Newport 


Newport 41071 


George Frakes 


John Gross 


Cindy Schlosser 






Newport Catholic 


Newport 41071 


Carl Foster 


Gary Schulte 








Our Lady of Providence 


Newport 41071 


Sr Margaret Stallmeyer 




Moe Grosser 






Academy 










D. 


36 


Bishop Brossart 


Alexandria 41001 


Thomas Seither 


Todd Kofler 


Ray Hildebrand 






Campbell County 


Alexandria 41001 


Raymond lies 


Bob Jones 


Margi McKenna 






Highlands 


Ft. Thomas 41075 


Chester Turner 


Ken Shields 


Don Dobson 






Silver Grove 


Silver Grove 41085 


Timothy Barrow 


Phillip Lovely 


James Elam 






Scott 


Covington 41015 


Bob Konerman 

REGION X 


Jim Mitchell 


Linda Moore 


D. 


37 


Bourbon County 


Paris 40361 


William Case 


Russ Day 


James Ishmael 






Harrison County 


Cynthiana 41031 


Jerry Jenkins 


Mike Listerman 


Joe Mahan 






Millersburg Military 


Millersburg 40348 


Dr. Alan Saunders 


Mike Reitz 








Institute 














Nicholas County 


Carlisle 40311 


David McMillen 


Mike Kenny 


Barbara Kenney 






Paris 


Paris 40361 


Homer Goins 


Mark Grain 


Judy Cox 


D. 


38 


Augusta 


Augusta 41002 


Roy Machen II 


Gary Russo 


Carl Schwierjohann 






Bracken County 


Brooksville 41004 


Joe Seavers 


Daniel Cooper 


Danny Cummins 






Deming 


Mt. Olivet 41064 


Larry Kelsch 


Gary McKinney 


Steve Gitford 






Pendleton 


Falmouth 41040 


Larry Sutton 


Woody Crum 


Sharon Fletcher 


D. 


39 


Fleming County 


Flemingsburg 41041 


Fairce O. Woods 


Martin Voiers 


Billy Calvert 






Mason County 


Maysville 41056 


John Branson 


Allen Feldhaus 


Robert Hutchinson 






Maysville 


Maysville 41056 


Elza Whalen, Jr. 


Bill Frey 


John Fields 






St. Patrick 


Maysville 41056 


Sr. Louise Dwyer 


Lex Turner 








Tollesboro 


Tollesboro 41189 


Michael Forman 


Alan Bane 




D. 


40 


Bath County 


Owingsville 40360 


Ewell Smoot, Jr. 


Ed Watson 


Mike Bromagen 






Estill County 


Irvine 40336 


Danny Click 


Bart Rison 


Tom Mouyeos 






George Rogers Clark 


Winchester 40391 


Claude Salle. Jr. 


Lake Kelly 


Dan Hempel 






Montogomery County 


Mt. Sterling 40353 


David Points 


Julian Cunningham 





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PAGE ELEVEN 



D. 41 

D. 42 
D. 43 

D. 44 



Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 
Jessamine County 
Lexington Catfiollc 
Sayre 

Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Berea Comm, 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Model Laboratory 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Versailles 40383 
Nicfiolasville 40356 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Richmond 40475 
Rictimond 40475 
Ricfimond 40475 



REGION XI 

Donald HInes 
Robert Hoagland 
Dr. Fred Simpson 
Ken Tippett 
Frank Conyers 
Rev. Paul Arbogast 
Tom Grunwald 
Richard Jones 
Bill Hurt 
Dwight Price 
Warren Featherston 
Dr. Betty Watson 
Monty Joe Lovell 
Frank Nasslda 
Dr. Stephen Henderson 



Mark Green 
Gary Moore 
Joe Rogers 
Gene. Kirk 
Gary Holobek 
Tommy Starns 

Bobby Barlow 
Al Prewitt 
Don Harvllle 
Nolan Barger 
Tony Cox 
Tommy Martin 
Bill Fultz 
Shirley Kearns 



Greg Graham 
Sally Gaines 
Harold Miller 
Sharon Tippett 
Glen Teater 
James Dempsey 
Mike Lamb 
Valerie Langlois 
Jackie Austin 
Brent Arnold 
Brad Switzer 
C Ray Martin 
Rufus Harris 
Frank Ray 
Jeanne Stull 



REGION XII 



D. 45 
D. 46 
D. 47 
D. 48 



Boyle County 
Danville 

Kentucky School f/ 
Lincoln County 
Burgin 

Garrard County 
Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 
McCreary Central 
Monticello 
Russell County 
Wayne County 
Casey County 
Laurel County 
Pulaski County 
Somerset 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Deaf Danville 40422 
Stanford 40484 
Burgin 40310 
Lancaster 40444 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Stearns 42647 
Monticello 42633 
Russell Springs 42642 
Monticello 42633 
Liberty 42539 
London 40741 
Somerset 42501 
Somerset 42501 



Arnold Marshall 
Don Turner 
Tom Kearns 
Jack Portvi/ood 
Louie Hammons 
Johnnie Laswell 
Delmer Warren 
James E. Gash 
Benny Hamby 
Eldon Davidson 
Herbert Davis 
George O. Horton 
Robert Anderson 
Carl Patton 
Larry Stev^art 
James Sears 



Carroll Yager 
Donn Marston 
Clyde Mohan 
John Wilder 
Bob Hall 

Howard Wallen, Jr. 
Barry Welty 
Gene MIddleton 
Jerry Stephens 
Wade Upchurch 
Kay Morris 
Joe Harper 
Phil Williams 
Charles Broughton 
David Fraley 
Charles Eckler 



Joan Mann 
Bernard Brant 

Ron Waldrouo 
Debbie Perry 
Kenneth Hurt 
Genie Sims 
Marianne Davis 
Charles Adams 
Mark Borders 
Kenth Ellle 
Wayne Ryan 
Greg Scholl 
Roy Bowling 
Larry Hurt 
Bob Tucker 



REGION XIII 



D. 49 
D. 50 



D. 51 



D. 52 



Clay County 

Jackson County 

Oneida Baptist 

Rockcastle County 

Barbourville 

Corbin 

Knox Central 

Lynn Camp 

St. Camillus Academy 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Bell County 

Lone Jack 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 

Red Bird 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 

James Cawood 



Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 
Pineville 40977 
Four Mile 40939 
Middlesboro 40465 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 
Harlan 40831 



Lee Brown 

Dr. Russell Bowen, Jr. 
Oliver Hawkins. Sr 
Cleston Saylor 
James Davis 
Ray Tipton 
Charles Black 
Clayton Taylor 
Sr. M Amabllls 
Elmer Lawson 
Jack Foley 
Pearl Lefevers 
Lowell Turner 
John Patterson 
William Adams 
Glen Taylor Collins 
Bob Morris 
David Lewis 
Tom Ward 
Joshua Hensley 



Bobby Keith 
David Lunsford 
Larry Griffon 
Roscoe Denney 
Vencll Phipps 
Rodney Woods 
Bill Swafford 
Calvin Vaughn 

Donnle Haynes 
Paul Falln 
Richard Webb 
Wayne Walters 
Larry Bruner 
Kenny Woods 

Bill Berta 
Billy Hicks 
Doyle Troutman 
Kirk Chiles 



Larry SIzemore 
Janet McCowan 
Sheila Salyer t 
Preston Parrett 
Vencll Phipps 
Willard Farris 
Daphne Goodin 
Eddie Harris 

James Rains 
Larry Anderson 
Ellgah Smith 
Frank Overton, Jr. 
Ken Condra 
Bryant Caudlll 
George Pollett 
John Bond 
Wallace Napier 
E. R, Gray 
Mike Jones 



D. 53 
D. 54 

D. 55 

D. 56 



Fleming-Neon 

Jenkins 

Letcher 

Whitesburg 

Buckhorn 

Dilce Combs 

Hazard 

Leslie County 

M.C- Napier 

Breathitt County 

Cordia 

Jackson 

Knott County Central 

Riverside Christian 

Hazel Green 

Lee County 

Owsley County 

Powell County 

Wolfe County 



Fleming 41816 
Jenkins 41537 
Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 
Buckhorn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 
Hazel Green 41332 
Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41301 



REGION XIV 

David Jones 
Wm. Halliburton Greer 
Sherrlll Slone 
Ramson Holbrook 
Wm. B. Napier 
Douglas Campbell 
Fred Stidham 
Omus Shepherd 
Harold Combs 
W.A. Toler 
Bobby Smith 
James Goff 
Billy Triplett 
Doran Hostetler 
Robert Dailey 
Gary Pack 
Russell Duff 
Jim Potts 
Vernon Johnson 



Dave Hammond 
Bernard Hall 
Dan Bates 
A.H. Holbrook 
Dennis Wooton 
Harold Combs 
Colin Cox 
Ronnie Stidham 
Denny Fugate 
James Turner 
William Madden 
David Perkins 
Eddie Gibson 

Mike Gatton 
Charles Duncll 
Charlie Turner 
Lonnle Morris 
Bobby Terry 



Sue Kincer 
Randy Bentley 
Richard Smith 
John High 
Lucy MInter 
Douglas Campbell 
Bill Jordan 
Wendell Wilson 
Orambus Napier, Jr 
J. P. Deaton 
Zella Combs 
James Campbell 
Larry Hayes 
Nancy Hostetler 

David Jennings 
Randall Spencer 
Charles Chllders 
Rita Rogers 



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REGION XV 






D. 


57 


Johnson Central 


Paintsville 41240 


Leon Burchett 


Michael Castle 


Diana Van Hoose 






Magoffin 


Salyersville 41465 


Ronald Gullett 


Danny Adams 


Jackie Howard 






Paintsville 


Paintsville 41240 


George Baker 


Bill M. Runyon 


Mary George 






Sfieldon Clark 


Inez 41224 


John Haney 


John Williams 


Robin Harmon 


D. 


58 


Allen Central 


Eastern 41622 


James Dingus 


Johnny Martin 


Judy Eversole 






Betsy Layne 


Betsy Layne 41605 


Russell Frazier 


William Newsome. Jr 


Paul D Tackett 






McDowell 


McDow^ell 41647 


Hugo Miller 


David Turner 


Johnny Turner 






Prestonsburg 


Prestonsburg 41653 


Robert May 


Ralph Roberts 


Gary Hopkins 






Wfieelwrlght 


Wheelwright 41669 


Shorty Jamerson 


Danny Jamerson 


Bobby Jones 


D. 


59 


Dorton 


Dorton 41520 


Glenn Wallace 


Gene Tackett 


Bobby Spears 






Millard 


Pikeville 41501 


Robert Wright 


Bun Jack Burnette 


Shirley Burnette 






Mullins 


Pikeville 41501 


Morris Justice 


Steve Butcher 


Deloris Meek 






Pikeville 


Pikeville 41501 


Tom Swartz 


Ralph Wilson 


Roy Cutwright 






Virgie 


Virgie 41572 


Phillip Johnson 


Bobby Osborne 


Karen Trivette 


D. 


60 


Belfry 


Belfry 41514 


Frank Welch 


Tom Runyon 


Delores Dotson 






Elkhorn City 


Elkhorn City 


James Powell 


Jimmy Kerr 


Kenneth O'Quinn 






Feds Creek 


Feds Creek 41524 


Dorse Adkins 


Thaniel Thacker 


Ronald Francisco 






Johns Creek 


Pikeville 41501 


Ronald Thompson 


Aubrey Taylor 


Robert Blevins 






Phelps 


Phelps 41553 


John O'Bnen 


Clay Campbell 


Ronnie Preece 



D. 61 
D. 62 

D. 63 

D. 64 



Menifee County 
Morgan County 
Rowan County 
East Carter 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 
Fairview 

Greenup County 
Raceland 
Russell 
Boyd County 
Holy Family 
Lawrence County 
Paul Blazer 



Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
Olive Hill 41164 
Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Russell 41169 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 
Louisa 41230 
Ashland 41101 



REGION XVI 

Richard Ratliff 
John Johnston 
Marvin Moore 
Harlan Fleming 
Dwight Johnson 
Don Gaunce 
William Calhoun 
Robert Morrison 
Charles Banks 
John Stephens 
Jerry Blanchard 
Jay Hutchinson 
Walter Davenport 
John Turner 
Glenn Riedel 



Greg Howard 
Robert Slone 
Ted Trent 
Charles Baker 
Rick Mays 
Gary Kidwell 
Jim Webb 
Jim Day 
Randy Wark 
Dan Evans 
Marvin Meredith 
Eugene Clark 

Don Gibson 
Ernon Simpson 



Elizabeth Blankenship 
Kathy Griffitts 
Claudia Hicks 
Vicki Young 

Don Gaunce 
John Brown 
Judy Thomas 
Robert Bryson 
Lori Mihalik 
Mary Robinson 
Paul Rice 

Connie Jo Ryan 
Frank Sloan 



SWIMMING 
REGIONAL SITES 
FEBRUARY 11 & 12, 1983 




Northern Kentucky - Site: Scott High School, Andy 
Christofield and Dave Webb, Managers. 

Central Kentucky - Site: Eastern Kentucky 
University, Tim Cahill, Manager. 

Western Kentucky - Site: Elizabethtown High 
School, Joel Cyganzwicz, Manager. 

Louisville - Site: Crescent Hill Pool, Jack 
Thompson, Manager. 

State Swimming Meet - Site: Eastern Kentucky 
University, Richmond, Kentucky, February 25 & 26, 
1983, Tim Cahill, Manager. 




GYMNASTICS 

REGIONAL SITES 

FEBRUARY 12, 1983 



Louisville - Site: Kentucky Country Day, Debbie 
Howell, Manager. 

Central Kentucky - Site: Paris High School, Cindy 
Stanford, Manager. 

State Gymnastics Meet (Boys & Girls) -Site; Alumni 
Coliseum, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, 
Kentucky, February 19, 1983. Starting time: 10:00 
a.m. Jim Nance, Boys Manager, Alane Mills, Girls 
Manager. 



(Minutes continued from pg. 2) 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to 
be held at the Executive Inn East, Louisville on Friday, 
January 21, 1983, at 9:00 a.m. 

Charles Black moved, seconded by John Brock, that all 
bills of the Association for October 1982 be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, Eldon Davidson 
moved, seconded by Charles Black, that the meeting 
adjourn. The motion carried unanimously. 



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Official Organ of tlie 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

JANUARY 1983 



This article Is a reprint from the Missouri State High School Activities Assn. Journal; 



SPORTSMANSHIP: 



It's contagious — catch it! 



Sportsmanship is conduct which imposes a type of self control 
involving honest rivalry, courteous relations, and graceful 
acceptance of results. PLUS: That courteous consideration for the 
other fellow not only in contests but in everyday associations. 

Sportsmanship as shown in athletic contests, classrooms, 
student assemblies and many other areas of school concern is the 
outcome of customary behavior and thinking of students. School 
spirit IS a reflection of these attitudes and behavior. If a school isto 
succeed in one of its prime functions, that of good citizenship, it is 
necessary that student groups radiate proper sportsmanlike 
conduct. Sportsmanship is good citizenship in actioni 

Sportsmanship should be consideration in the light of all school 
functions. This attribute of better living is acquired, not inherited. 
Consider the thoughts contained in the following creed. 



The Cheerleader/Songleader Creed: 

• He or she appreciates a good play no matter who makes it. 

• He or she never boos a player or official. 

• He or she knows that the school gets the blame or the praise for 
his or her conduct. 

• He or she recognizes the need for good sportsmanship. 

• He or she conducts him/herself properly while in the stands. 

• He or she respects the rights of others sitting near them. 

• He or she knows the other team and fans are guests and treats 
them courteously. 

Sportsmanship Motto: 

You never get a second chance to make a good first impression! 

Sportsmanship is the ability to accept defeat without complaint, 
victory without bragging and to treat your opponents with fairness 
and courtesy. It's how you play the game that counts— not whether 
you win or lose 



Before the Game: 

If you are the home team, welcome the visiting cheerleaders as 
soon as they arrive Listed below are several ideas to help you make 
them feel comfortable and to assist you in establishing a hospitable 
climate before the game. 

1. Decide who will cheer first during timeouts and at 
quarters to eliminate confusion. 

2. Work up a combined "yell" for both schools to be done 
by both squads before the game. 

3. Do a welcome yell for the opposing side. 

4- Set-up a dressing room for the visiting cheerleaders. 
5 Offer assistance to make their stay more comfortable. 



During the Game: 

Cheers should be designed to build-up your own team but not to 
tear-down or ridicule your opponents The following ideas of 
things to do during the game might help you organize your squad 
better and provide more enjoyment for you and the fans. 

1, Never lead a yell when the team is in the huddle This 
can drown-out the signals being called and your own 
team will resent it as much as the opposing team. 

2, Give a short cheer as they break from the huddle. 

3, Promote good sportsmanship. 

4 Use appropriate cheers and chants at the appropriate 
time. 

5. Concentrate on the game and know what is happening. 

6. Don't compete with the team for attention. Support the 
team! 

7. Never do a yell or chant when the opponent's cheer- 
leaders are doing one. 



Use pom pon routines only when there is enough time 
to perform them. 

Use a variety of cheers, songs and chants to keep the 
fans interested. 

Support the band and show them appreciation for half- 
time show. 
Have refreshments for the officials at half-time. 



After the Game: 

Good sportsmanship is contagious and if the cheerleaders 
exhibit it, regardlessof the outcome of the game, the other students 
will quickly pick it up. Listed below are several ideas to help you 
create a feeling of good sportsmanship after the game. 

1. Have a combined party with the opponents 
cheerleaders and team. 

2. Give a "yell" for your team and the opponents. 

3. Congratulate the other cheerleaders and team. 

4. Have refreshments for both teams. 

5. Invite opposing team and cheerleaders to stay 
overnight if they have a long distance to travel. 
Cheerleaders could have a slumber party. 

6. Send a letter of congratulations to the other team. 

7. Have a special hour for team, cheerleaders and parents. 
A school never produces a championship team that is truly 

recognized as a champion unless the students have exhibited good 
sportsmanship. Everyone expects each team member to give a 
good account of him/herself on the field and, likewise, each 
student should give a good account of him/herself in the stands. 



Public Relations: 

Is the public imageof your squad less than what it should be? Do 
you have trouble getting financial aid for your squad? Perhaps if 
parents, teachers and students realized the importance of your job 
as a cheerleader, they would be more willing to back your program 
needs Listed below are some ideas on ways to promote good 
relations and better understanding. 

1. Emphasize the important role cheerleaders play in 
school related activities. 

2. Encourage support from local newspapers, school 
paper, bulletin board committee, etc. 

3. lyiake faculty and student body aware of regulations and 
rules of being a cheerleader. 

4. Conduct a brief clinic for the promotion of a better 
understanding of cheerleading. 

5. Have inspiring and exciting pep assemblies. 

6. Send pictures of new squad to local newspaper 

7. Display posters concerning sportsmanship throughout 
your school. 

8. Create a scholarship for sportsmanship. 

9. Become involved in community and charity affairs. 
10 Always participate in the ceremony of presenting the 

flag and saying The Pledge of Allegiance. 
11. Have a willing faculty member (rotate) as an extra 
chaperon on trips. 



Hand out spirit awards to different clubs or individuals 

in the school. 

Have a league party for all cheerleaders. 

Send a good luck note to the other cheerleaders. 

Invite the opposing cheerleaders to your pep assembly. 

Decorate a goal post for the visiting team. 

Explain the flag procedures used to the visitors. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 5 



JANUARY 1983 



$5.00 



From the Commissioner's Office 




STATE HIGH SCHOOL 

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

"TICKET INFORMATION" 



The 1983 K.H.S. Boys' and Girls' Basketball 
Tournaments will be held at Rupp Arena, Lexington, 
on March 16-19, 1983, and Alumni Coliseum, 
Richmond, on March 23-26, 1983, respectively. The 
first session of the tournament is scheduled for 
Wednesday afternoon. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
boys' tournament are as follows: Lower Arena seats, 
$44.00; Upper Arena, $36.00. Each order must 
include a remittance of $1.00 for postage and 
insurance on the tickets, and your certified check or 
money order should be made payable to K.H.S. 
Boys' State Tournament. An over-the-counter sale 
of Lower Arena and Upper Arena tickets for 
individual sessions will begin at Rupp Arena on 
March 1 and continue through the tournament. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
girls' tournament are as follows: side chair seats are 
$44.00; all bleacher seats are $36.00. All mail orders 
must include a remittance of $1.00 for postage and 
insurance. Your certified check or money order 
should be made payable to State Tournament 
Ticket Sales - Girls. Tickets for individual sessions 
may be purchased at the tournament site any time 
during the tournament. 

All requests should be mailed to K.H.S. A. A., P.O. 
Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 



K.H.S.A.A. 

Football Films Available 



Films of the final gamesof the 1982 Classes A, AA, 
AAA, and AAAA Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Football Playoffs are now available by 
getting in touch with Mrs. Monroe, Film Library, 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40506. 
Phone number 258-2828. A small fee is charged to 
take care of the postage. 

The films were taken for the benefit of coaches, 
officials, players and fans and to promote emphasis 
on high school football. 

FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky's College of Education. The 
code letters "e,j,s,c,a" refer to elementary, junior 
high, senior high, college and adult audiences who 
may enjoy the particular film listed. The rental 
prices shown do not apply to schools which use one 
of the special subscription service plans offered by 
the Bureau of Audio-Visual Material. 



Basketball 

BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS— INDIVIDUAL 
TECHNIQUES, j-s-c-a, ^% reels, $2.50. 

Branch McCracken, Indiana University basketball 
coach, used his team to demonstrate the 
fundamentals of basketball. Slow motion 
photography is used to break the various court 
techniques down into easily grasped essentials. 

BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, $3.00 (in state), $5.00 (out of state). 

This is the revised edition of the film "Basketball 
by Rupp," prepared under the personal direction of 
Mr. Rupp especially for coaching use. 

BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s-c- 
a, 1 reel, $2.00. 

Basic movement skills (running, starting, 
stopping, turning), passing (finger control, 
movement with the pass, leading the receiver, 
choice of the right pass), catching (side pass, high 
pass), shooting (finger control, arm extension, wrist 
flip, choice of the right shot), dribbling, taking and 
pivoting are demonstrated and explained in this 
film. 

BASKETBALL TODAY, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 
min.), color, $1.00. 

This film differentiates between goal tending and 
basket interference. Whycan'tthereby goal tending 
during a free throw? It takes all other questionable 
situations and simplifies them for the fans, players, 
coaches and officials in this new film. 

RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL 
CHAMPIONSHIP OF 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $4.50. 

This film presents the highlights of all the games, 
both regular season and tournament games, which 
led up to the U of K's Wildcats winning the NCAA 
basketball crown. 

SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 
$2.00 

Concentrating on the set shots, this film pictures 
the action of the throw, stance, aim, trajectory, and 
fingertip control. Special attention is given total 
body coordination, especially inward rotation of the 
hand and arm making the throw. 

WINNING WAYS, 16mm (28 min.) color (or black 
and white). 

The film is designed to provide the viewer with a 
better understanding of the rules and a finer 
appreciation of basketball played at the 
interscholastic and intercollegiate level. Through 
the use of slow motion photography, stop action 
and instant replay, colorful and informative play 
situations are demonstrated by both boys' and girls' 
teams to illustrate the guidelines used by officials 
in making those tough judgment decisions that 
constantly occur in basketball. 

Wrestling 

WRESTLING OFFICIATING ILLUSTRATED, j-s- 
c-a, 2 reels, color $1.00. 

Interpretations given in Wrestling Officiating 
Illustrated have been made by the National 
Federation members of the Joint Rules Committee. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1983 



JANUARY, 1983 VOL. XLIV, NO. 5 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to : 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucl(y 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President — Fairce O, Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 
Vice President — Robie Harper (1979-1983) Drakesboro 
Directors — Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, John 
Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman (1980- 

1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Crawford (1982-1986) 
Louisville, Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981- 

1985) Barlow, Ray Story (1982-1986); Conley Manning, 
State Department of Education Representative. 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 

Cover Photo: Credit to John Wilson, General Sales, 
823 Euclid Avenue, Bristol, VA 24201. 

FILMS (cont. from Page One) 

The film covers takedowns, reversals, escapes, 
leaving the mat, stalling, scoring and illegal holds 
such as bodyslam, barslam,full nelsonand chicken 
wing. Guidelines for officiating and interpreting the 
rules are provided. In all there are sixty separate 
scenes of wrestling. This film will provide the much 
needed guidance and proper interpretations for 
interscholastic competition. 
WRESTLING TODAY, 16mm, (17 min.), color 
This film displays the starting position on the mat, 
for the defensive and offensive man and also the 
referee's position. Also when control is gained, 
takedown, when control is lost or the escape, when 
control change is reversed. The near fall and 
pinning situations from a takedown standpoint, 
stalling tactics in neutral positions. 

This is a brief synopsis of the pertinent areas of 
rules code illustrated in this color film. The movie 
was produced by the National Federation of State 
High School Associations. 



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1982-83 Certified 

and Approved 
BaslcetbailOfficiais 




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1982-83 Approved 
Wrestling Officiais 



Listed below are the officials who made 80% or 
more (on a supervised test) to become Approved in 
Wrestling. 

Cattan, Joseph R. Porter, Jim 

Coker, John W. Wyrick, Bill 

Colston, Donald 



A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials 
have qualified for the advance ratings of Certified 
and Approved as a result of the National Federation 
Part II Examination. Only officials receiving these 
higher ratings are eligible to work in the district and 
regional tournaments. Only Certified officials are 
eligible to work in the state tournament. 



APPROVED 



Adkins, Kerry 
Alexander, Marty 
Allen, Ray 
Anderkin, Richard 
Antrobus, Randy 
Armstrong, Roger 

Ballard, Dennis 
Barber, Connie 
Behymer, Richard 
Boyarski, Gary 
Boyd, Gary 
Bredenberg, Tom 
Brewer, Mark 
Brown, Glenn 
Brown, Les 
Brown, Stanley 

Carlton, Michael 
Casey, Earl T. 
Chick, William 
Childress, Jeff 
Clark, Kenneth 
Clark, William 
Combs, Clinton 
Combs, John 
Cooper, Fred 
Cornwell, Charles 

Davis, Wayne 
DeRosa, Joseph 
Doerr, Elvin 
Duncan, Kevin 
Dunhoft, Ken 
Dunn, Christopher 
Durbin, Steve 

Eckler, Jim 
Evans, Daniel 

Fitzer, Carl 

Gayheart, Damon 
Goodlett, Michael 
Gosney, Donna 
Hager, Joe 
Hail, Harold 
Hammons, Bill 
Haskett, Dan 
Hauser, Eddie 
Haynes, William 
Holland, Jay 
Houchens, Jeff 



Johnson, David 
Johnson, Kenneth 
Johnson, Mike 
Jones, Glenn F. 
Jones, Spurgeon 

Kapitan, Vickie 
Kelley, Jeffrey 
Kemp, Jim 
King, Michael 
Kistner, Gary 

Lentry, Rick 
Light, Larry R. 
Link, Ellis L. 
Long, David 

McClure, Willis B. 
McGeorge, Lawrence 

Malak, Mark 
Maricle, Randal S. 
Mason, Kip 
Mattingly, Gary 
Maynard, Walter 
Meacham, Gregory 
Metzger, Larry 
Meyer, David J. 
Morgan, Keith 
Murff, Robert 
Newhouse, Doug 
Norris, Ben 
Nylin, Bob 

Pearson, William 
Poppas, Stephen 

Rigon, Dennis 
Robinson, Jerry 
Rohrer, Gary 
Roy, Phillip Dale 
Schneider, Jeff 
Shields, Donald 
Short, Bill 
Short, John 
Simpson, William 
Stacey, David 
Stewart, Herston 
Stout, William 
Strong, Terry 
Sumner, David W. 



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Page Three 



APPROVED (cont. from Page Two) 



Taylor Dale 
Teague, Gary 
Thompson, B.D. 
Thompson, Mark 
Thornsberry, Larry 
Tipton, Steven W. 
Travis, William 
Tfivett, Rich 
VanHorn, Paul 

Wade, Charles 
Ward, Bob 



Watkins, David 
Watkins, Jesse 
Wheeler, Brenda 
Whittiker, Wallace 
Wilder, James 
Wildt, Jerry N. 
Williams, Terry 
Woolum, Larry 

Yaeger, John 
Young, Arthur J. 
Young, Wayne 



CERTIFIED 



Adams, Ray 
Askin, Ray 
Baldwin, Carl 
Bond, Terry 
Brady, Terry 
Brown, Ronnie 
Buis, Mike 

Coleman, Ron 
Combs, Sherman 
Crawford, Jerry 

Franklin, John 

Grefer, Tom 
Greime, Bill 

Harkleroad, Thomas 
Hyland, Dick 
Kolpek, David 



Latkovski, Andy 
Lawson, Sonny 
Looney, James 

McGarth, Bob 
McLane, Albert 

Maddox, A.L. 
Mattingly, Terry 
Sargent, Danny Bruce 
Schomaker, Charles 
Shartzer, Steve 
Shaw, Don 
Spears, Ronnie 
Stephenson, Joe 
Stober, Martha 

Vaught, Marvin W. 
Weinel, Tim 
Yann, Gerald 



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INFORMATION 

1983 

GYMNASTICS MEETS 



The events for the State Gymnastics Meets for 
1983 will be the same as those listed in the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws, Gymnastics 
Regulations, pp. 46-48. 

The date of the State Meet will be February 19, 
1983, and the site will be the Alumni Coliseum, 
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky. 
The managers will be Alane Mills for the girls and 
Jim Nance for the boys. The starting time for warm- 
ups for both boys and girls will be 8:00 a.m. 

The regional sites are Paris High School with 
Manager Cindy Stanford and Kentucky Country 
Day School with Manager Debby Howell. 

The girls schools are divided into the following 
regions: 

LOUISVILLE: 
Angela Merici, Ky. Country Day, Marion County, 
Presentation, Sacred Heart, Oldham County, 
Mercy Academy, University Heights. 

PARIS: 
Bryan Station, Franklin County, Harlan, Henry 



Clay, Lafayette, Paris, Lewis County, Pendleton 
County, Silver Grove, Tates Creek, Woodford 
County, Knott County Central. 

BOYS' SCHOOLS: 
Bryan Station, Fairview, Franklin County, 
Harrodsburg, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Jessamine 
County, Marion County, Paris, Pendleton County, 
St. Xavier, Silver Grove, Tates Creek. 



TIME SCHEDULE - STATE MEET 



:00 



45 Free warm-ups, Boys & Girls 
45 Controlled warm-ups 
45 Coaches (boys & girls) and judges 
meeting 
10:00 Meet starts 



CLINIC ATTENDANCE 

According to our records, the following 
basketball coaches have not attended the 
mandatory clinic as required In By-Law 28, Sec. 3. 

Boys Basketball Coaches 

Bill Moore — Atherton 

Pat Milligan — Beth Haven 

Tony Simpson — Bistiop David 

Eugene DePorter — Ctiristian Acd 

Lyie Dunbar — Christian Co 

George Morrison — Covington Latin 

Leon Mudd — Doss 

Kenny Morris — East Hardin 

Eddie Armstrong — Fancy Farm 

Bill Murphy — Gamaliel 

Mike Listerman — Harrison Co 

Charles Moore — Iroquois 

Bill Frey — Maysville 

Shirley Kearns — Model 

Jack Pack — Olmstead 

James Mueller — Owensboro Oath, 

Don Collett — Red Bird 

Kay Morris — Russell Co, 

St. Francis — Unknown 

Jim Mitchell — Scott H.S, 

Joe Thompson — Trinity (Louisville) 

Girls Basketball Coaches 

Vencil Phipps — Barbourville 

George Clark — Beth Haven 

Paul Tackett — Betsy Layne 

James Ishmael — Bourbon Co. 

Lucy Minter — Buckhorn 

Butler — Unknown 

David Green — Christian Acd. 

Dwight Levi — Conner 

Karen Margan — Eastern 

Tom Mouyeos — Estill Co. 

Phil Forester — Fancy Farm 

Ken Killebrew — Fort Campbell 

Elizabeth Mathis — Frederick Fraize 

Genie Sims — Harrodsburg 

Jerry Mezur — Henderson Co. 

Jackson — Unknown 

Bob Blevins — Johns Creek 

Ky. School f/t Deaf — Unknown 

Joe Newton — Larue Co. 

Karen Manus — Landmark Christian 

Louisville Collegiate — Unknown 

Charles Adams — McCreaty Central 

Jack Howard — Magoffin Co. 

Roger Cross — Meade Co. 

Carol Christian — Model 

Deloris Meek — Mullins 

Moe Grosser — Our Lady of Providence 

Rich May — Potter Christian 

Carolyn Hutchinson — St. Romuald 

Linda Moore — Scott H.S. 

Lonnie Johnson — Shawnee 

Roy Woolum — University Heights Acd. 

Annette Fischer — Villa Madonna 

Bobby Jones — Western 

Bob Jones — Wheelwright 



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LIMITATIONS OF SEASONS 



On April 17, 1982, the Board of Control adopted a 
Limitation of Seasons plan for all sports in which the 
Association conducts tournament play. The plan becomes 
effective with the 1983-84 school year. A copy of this plan 
appeared in the (ylay, 1982 issue of the Athlete. On 
November 27, 1982, the Board of Control revised the plan 
to provide an additional two weeks practice time in each of 
the listed sports. The revised plan is being printed for your 
information. 

BASEBALL 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized baseball practice prior to Feb. 15. 

2. The first game shall not take place before April 1. 

3. A maximum of thirty-five (35) games may be played 
prior to K H.S.A.A. tournament play 

4. Doubleheaders shall be counted as two (2) games. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) scrimmages or 
practice games prior to April 1. Scrimmages and/or 
practice games shall count toward 35 game limit. 

6. The season ends with the elimination of team from 
district, regional or state championship competition. 

BASKETBALL — Boys & Girls 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
basketball practice prior to October 15, for football 
playing schools, and October 1, for non-football 
schools. 

2. The first basketball game shall not take place prior to 
December 1, for football playing schools, and 
November 15 for non-football playing schools 
beginning with the 1983-84 school year. 

3. The number of varsity games shall be in accordance 
with Kentucky High School Athletic Association By- 
Law 21, Number of Basketball Games. 

By-Law 21 — The number of basketball games played 
by a member school after December 31 and prior to 
the district tournament shall not exceed twenty. A 
school maintaining a football team shall not play 
more than twenty-four basketball games during the 
season, and a school which does not maintain a 
football team shall not play more than thirty games. 
Any school which violates this rule shall not be 
eligible for district tournament competition. In any 
two county, conference, or invitational tournament 
the games played by a member school count as only 
one game for each tournament. 

4. No practice shall be permitted until the end of that 
academic school year following elimination from 
K. H.S.A.A. tournament play. 

CROSS COUNTRY — Boys & Girls 

1. Organized practice shall not begin prior to July 15. 

2. The first meet of the season shall not take place prior to 
September 1. 

3. The season ends with the elimination of an individual or 
team from regional, or state competition. 

4. Each team shall consist of a minimum of five (5) 
members participating regularly. 

5. The season shall consist of a minimum of four (4) meets 
and a maximum of fifteen (15) meets including 
invitational tournaments. 



FOOTBALL 

1 . Organized practice in pads shall not begin prior to July 
20. 

2. The first game shall not take place prior to eleven (11) 
weekends before the district playoffs. A maximum of 
eleven regular season games may be played. 

3. A school's football season ends at the conclusion of its 
last regular season game and/or its elimination from the 
championship playoff competition. There shall be no 
further practice during the remainder of the academic 
school year. 

4. There shall be no more than two (2) practice games at 
all levels prior to the opening game of the season with 
players other than members of the squad (see By-Law 
27, Section 4.) 

GOLF 

1. Organized practice shall not begin prior to Feb. 15. 

2. The first match shall not take place prior to April 1. 

3. The season shall consist of a maximum of 20 matches. 
Any two invitational tournaments shall count as one (1 ) 
match each. All dual matches count as one. 

4. The season ends with the elimination of an individual or 
team from district, regional, or state championship 
competition. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice games 
prior to April 1 . Scrimmages shall count toward the 20 
match limit. 

GYMNASTICS 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized practice prior to October 1. 

2. The first meet shall not take place prior to November 15. 

3. The season shall consist of a minimum of two (2) meets 
and a maximum of fifteen (15) meets. 

4. The season ends upon elimination of teams from the 
Regional or State Meet. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice meets at 
the varsity level prior to November 15. 

SOCCER 

1 . Organized practice shall not take place prior to July 20. 

2. The first game shall not take place before September 1 . 

3. A season will consist of a minimum of six (6) games and 
a maximum of twenty (20) games including invitational 
tournaments. 

4 The season ends with team elimination from K. H.S.A.A. 
sponsored state championship competition. No 
practice shall be permitted until the end of that 
academic school year following elimination from 
K. H.S.A.A. tournament play. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) scrimmages or 
practice games prior to September 1. 

SOFTBALL — Girls - Slow Pitch 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized softball practice prior to Feb. 15. 

2. The first game shall not take place before April 1. 



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3. A maximum of thirty-five (35) games may be played. 
Doubleheaders shall count as two (2) games. 

4. The National Federation softbal rules shall be the 
official rules used in all contests. 

5. A regulation game shall consist of seven (7) innings or 
one (1) hour and fifteen (15) minutes, whichever occurs 
first. No new innings will be started if less than three (3) 
minutes remain in the hour and fifteen minutes. All ties 
shall be played to completion. 

6. The season ends with the elimination of the team from 
district, regional, or state championship competition. 

7. There shall be no more than two (2) practice games 
prior to April 1. Scrimmages or practice games shall 
count toward the thirty-five (35) game limit. 

SWIMMING 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized practice prior to October 1. 

2. The first meet shall not take place prior to November 15. 

3. The season shall consist of a maximum of 15 meets. 
4 The season ends upon elimination of teams from the 

Regional or State Meet, 
5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice meets at 
the varsity level prior to November 15. 

TENNIS — Boys & Girls 

1. Organized practice shall not begin prior to Feb. 15. 

2. Thefirst outdoor match shall not take place before April 
1. 

3. The season shall consist of a maximum of 20 matches. 
Any two invitational tournaments shall count as one (1 ) 
match each. All dual matches count as one. 

4. The season ends with the elimination of an individual or 
team from district, regional, or state championship 
competition. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice games 
prior to April 1. Scrimmages shall count toward the 20 
match limit. 

TRACK — Boys & Girls 

1. Organized practice shall not begin priorto December 1. 

2. The first outdoor meet shall not take place before April 
1. 

3. The outdoor season shall consist of a minimum of four 
(4) meets and maximum of fifteen (15) meets. 

4. The season ends when an individual or team is 
eliminated from the regional, sectional or state 
competition. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice meets prior 
to April 1 . Additional practice meets shall count toward 
the 15 meet limit. 



school year following elimination from the K.H.S.A.A. 
sponsored tournament play. 
5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice matches at 
the varsity level prior to September 1. 

WRESTLING 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized practice prior to October 15. 

2. The first match shall not take place prior to December 1. 

3. Each school must compete in a minimum of four (4) 
scheduled matches in a season to be eligible for 
regional competition. 

4. A school may schedule a maximum of twenty-three (23) 
matches in each weight class. Tournaments or contests 
involving three (3) or more schools shall count as one 
(1) match toward the twenty-three (23) match limit. 

5. Official weight classes will be established by the 
K.H.S.A.A. and the N.F.S.H.S.A. 

6. Each team shall consist of a minimum of six (6) 
members. 

7. The season ends with the elimination of a team from 
championship competition, 

8. Certification - A student may be certified in December, 
After January 1, the first match wrestled will be the 
certification. Students may not be entered in a regional 
tournament unless their names appear on a 
certification sheet, not a scorebook. However, the 
student may be entered if he makes base weight at 
weigh-in time at the regional site, provided the student 
has not wrestled in January. Penalty: If a student 
wrestles after January 1 without certifying, the signed 
scorebook will serve to certify the student but to one 
weight class up from the class in which the student 
wrestled in that meet. In addition to this, the match in 
that meet will result in a forfeit. Once a student is 
certified that student may wrestle only in that class and 
the one above. However, the student may be recertified 
up at any time but never down. Certification must be 
made in triplicate with one copy bemg sent to the 
district manager immediately, top copy and the carbons 
go to the visiting coach and the home coach. Any 
wrestler representing a member school at any level 
shall weigh in for all meets and certify. 



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TRACK CLINICS 



VOLLEYBALL 

1. Organized practice shall not begin prior to July 15. 

2. The first match shall not take place prior to September 
1. 

3. The season shall consist of a maximum of twenty (20) 
matches. In any two (2) invitational or conference 
tournaments, the matches played by a member school 
shall count as only one match for each tournament. 

4. The season ends upon elimination of team from the 
regional or state championship competition No 
practice shall be permitted until the end of the academic 



The dates for the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Track & Field Rules Clinics for coaches 
and officials are as follows: 

February 3 Thursday, St. Xavier H.S., 
Louisville, 7:00 p.m. 

March 29 Monday, Daviess Co. H.S., 
Owensboro, 7:00 p.m. 

March 30 Wednesday, K.H.S.A.A. Off., 
Lexington, 7:00 p.m. 



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FOR YOUR INFORMATION 
SWIMMING MEETS 



The events for the State Swimming Meets for 1983 
will be the same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution and By-Laws, Swimming Regulations, 
on pages 54 & 55. 

NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 
Freestyle for the regional meets. Boys - 6 minutes, 
30 seconds; Girls - 7 minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 25 & 
26, 1983, and the site will be Eastern Kentucky 
University, Richmond, Kentucky. Tim Cahill will 
manage the meet. The girls and boys meets will be 
run together. 

The schools are divided in the following regions: 



LOUISVILLE REGION 

Girls: Atherton, Ballard, Central, Ky. Country Day, 
Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, Sacred Heart. 
Boys: Atherton, Ballard, Central, Ky. Country Day, 
Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, Pleasure Ridge Park, St. 
Xavier, Shawnee, Trinity. 






Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, 
Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Mad.- 
N. Hopkins, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. 



CENTRAL KENTUCKY REGION 

Girls: Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Danville, 
Fleming County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, 
Jessamine County, Ky. School f/Deaf, Knott 
County Central, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, 
McCreary Central, Model, Monticello, Oneida 
Baptist, Paris, Paul Blazer, Russell, Scott County, 
Tates Creek, Woodford County, Western Hills. 
Boys: Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Danville, 
Fleming County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, 
Jessamine County, Ky. School f/Deaf, Knott County 
Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, Lexington 
Catholic, MM. I., McCreary Central, Model, Oneida 
Baptist, Paris, Paul Blazer, Russell, Scott County, 
Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford Co. 



WESTERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Girls: Apollo, Bowling Green, Daviess County, 

Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, 

Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Mad.- 

N. Hopkins, Murray, Owensboro, Owensboro 

Catholic. 

Boys: Apollo, Bowling Green, Daviess Co., 



NORTHERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Girls: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County, 
Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Notre Dame, Scott, Villa Madonna. 
Boys: Beechwood, Campbell County, Conner, 
Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Catholic, Scott. 



STATE MEET TIME SCHEDULE 



Thursday, February 24, 1983 

7:00 - 10:00 p.m. Open Warm-ups 

Friday, February 25, 1983 

8:00 - 9:30 a.m. Assigned Warm-ups 
8:00 - 8:45 a.m. (West. & Cent. Reg.) 
8:45 - 9:30 a.m. (North & L'ville Reg.) 
9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Open Warm-ups 

Sprint & Pace Work Only 
10:05 a.m. Scratch Meeting for Coaches 

Alumni Coliseum 

Room 101, Locker Room Level 



Saturday, February 26, 1983 

8:30 - 10:00 a.m. Warm-ups/Girls' Diving 
10:00 a.m. Girls' Diving 

Preliminaries/Semi-finals 
11:30 - 1:00 p.m. Warm-ups/Boys' Diving 
1:00 p.m. Boys' Diving 

Preliminaries/Semi-finals 
2:30 - 3:30 p.m. Open Warm-ups/Swimmers" 

Girls & Boys 
3:30 - 4:00 p.m. Sprints & Pace Work (Open) 
4:00 - 7:30 p.m. Finals in All Events, 

Including Diving as #5 



QUALIFIERS: The top three (3) swimmers in each event, in each of the four (4) regional qualifying meets, and 
the next twelve (12) fastest swimmers from the state-at-large, (determined by times established in regional 
meets) will qualify for the State Meet. This enables thetop twenty-four (24) swimmers and divers in the state to 
compete for the championship in each event. 



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LEXINGTON REGION 
Bryan Station 
Clark County 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 

Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 
Scott Co. 
Tates Creek 
Woodford Co. 

CONNER REGION 
Boone Co. 
Conner 
Dixie Heigtits 
Lloyd Memorial 
Simon-Kenton 
Walton-Verona 
Williamstown 

CORBIN REGION 

Corbin 

Evarts 

Lynn Camp 

Oneida 

Red Bird 

OLDHAM CO REGION 
Bullitt East 
East Hardin 



1983 
SOFTBALL REGIONS 
Girls 

Fort Knox Ctiristian Academy 

Nortti Bullitt Eastern 

North Hardin Fern Creek 

Oldham Co. Kentucky Country Day 

Spencer Co. Jeffersontown 

West Hardin Sacred Heart 

Seneca 
Waggener 
Walden 



HAZARD REGION 

Buckhorn 

Dilce Combs 

Hazard 

Knott County Central 

Lawrence Co. 

Leslie Co. 

Letcher Co. 

M.C. Napier 

Phelps 

NORTH KENTUCKY REGION 

Beechwood 

Bellevue 

Dayton 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

Notre Dame 

Villa Madonna 

EAST JEFFERSON REGION 
Assumption 



WEST JEFFERSON REGION 

Angela Merici 

Beth Haven 

Butler 

Doss 

Fairdale 

Holy Rosary 

Iroquois 

Ninth & O 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Southern 

Valley 

Western 

GREEN COUNTY REGION 

Clinton Co. 

Gamaliel 

Green Co. 

Metcalf Co. 



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NORTH KENTUCKY REGION 

Bishop Brossart 

Campbell Co 

Highlands 

Our Lady of Providence 

Pendleton Co. 

Scott 

Silver Grove 

CENTRAL JEFFERSON REGION 

Atherton 

Central 

Evangel 

Louisville Collegiate 

Male 

Manual 

Moore 

Presentation 

Portland Christian 

ShavKnee 

WEST KENTUCKY REGION 

Apollo 

Ballard Memorial 

Dawson Springs 

Frederick Fraize 

Owensboro 

Paducah Tilghman 

Trinity (Whitesville) 



1983 WRESTLING TOURNAMENT INFORMATION 



The State Wrestling Tournament will be held at 
Atherton High School, Louisville, on February 18- 
19, 1983, Orville Williams and Gene Minton will 
manage the State Tournament. 

The district and regional tournament will be held 
on February 4-5 and February 11-12, respectively. 

The region, district, name of the manager and the 
schools assigned to districts are listed below. If your 
school plans to enter a team and is not listed in any 
district, will you please contact this office or the 
district manager nearest you. 

FRANKFORT REGION (Raymond Webb, Frankfort 
High School, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601) 

DISTRICT (Raymond Webb, Frankfort High 
School, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601) 
Boyle Co., Danville, Frankfort, Franklin Co., 
Jessamine Co., Oldham Co., Western Hills, 
Woodford Co. 
DISTRICT (Norman Powell, Henry Clay High 
School, Lexington, Kentucky 40502) 
Belfry, Bell Co., Boyd Co., Bryan Station, 
Harrison Co., Henry Clay, Johnson Central, 
Lafayette, Middlesboro, Oneida Inst., Paul 
Blazer, Rowan Co., Tates Creek 

WEST JEFFERSON REGION (Tasso Harris, A.D., 
Valley High School, Louisville, Kentucky) 

DISTRICT (Maurice Piper, Western High 
School, Louisville, Kentucky) 

Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Pleasure Ridge Park, 

Shawnee, Valley, Western 



DISTRICT (John Neals, A.D., Waggener High 

School, Louisville, Kentucky) 
Ballard, Central, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Ky. Country Day, Manual, 
Waggener 

CENTRAL JEFFERSON REGION (Jim Frame, 
Trinity High School, Louisville, Kentucky) 

DISTRICT (Larry Mann, Kentucky School f/t 
Blind, Louisville, Kentucky) 

Atherton, Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, Moore, 

St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity 

DISTRICT (Wayne Badida, Conner High 

School, Hebron, Kentucky 41018) 
Boone Co., Campbell Co., Conner, Dixie 
Heights, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Newport 
Catholic, Scott, Simon-Kenton 

NORTH HARDIN REGION (Paul Underdonk, North 
Hardin High School, Radcliff, Kentucky) 

DISTRICT (Paul Underdonk, North Hardin 
High School, Radcliff, Kentucky) 

East Hardin, Fort Knox, North Hardin, West 

Hardin 

DISTRICT (Steve Johnson, Paducah Tilghman 

High School, Paducah, Kentucky) 
Caldwell Co., Christian Co., Ft. Campbell, 
Hopkinsville, Paducah Tilghman, Trigg Co., 
Union Co., Webster Co. 



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TOMPKINSVILLE — CLASS A, REGION I WINNER 




M. Petett, M. Ross, M. Kirk, J. Petett, J. Tooley, K. Tarter, C. Tooley, J. Tooley, D. ProHItt, J. Graves, B. Graves, B. Tooley, J. 
Jenkins, B. Hovi«ard, B. Tooley, T. Amett, J. Carter, O. Kirk, J. Graves, J. Dugard, M. Tooley, D. Kirk, G. High, W. Shaw, F. 
Pipkin, D. Davis, R. Kirk, C. Butler, D. Rich, B. Baxter, J. Gerughty, C. Crowe, D. Graves, B. Compton, B. Smith, D. Anderson, 
C. Hundley, F. Kirk, J. Welch, B. Harlan, H. Grooms, M. Pipkin, K. VIbbert, T. Ross, D. Gearlds, S. Kirkpatrick, W. Moody, H. 
England, B. Bartley, J. Coots, T. Bartiey 

BEECHWOOD — CLASS A, REGION III WINNER 




J. Caudlll, M. Brophy, J. Clare, C. Merse, D. Shirden, Coach Procaccino, M. Trusty, S. McVey, J. Becker, G. Schaffer, D. 
White, D. Smith, E. Schlinger, R. Steffen, K. Burns, Coach Thompson, Coach Alford, C. Smith, B. CardosI, H. Bucklen, T. 
Quinlan, R. Miller, A. Boerger, C. Radenhelmer, C. Bowling, C. Hawes, Coach Brown, Coach Rauch, M. Schweitzer, D. 
Sullivan, T. Seaman, D. Ratilff, T. Goetz, L. Tackett, S. Tackett, M. Clare, M. Reedy, J. Brooking, J. Seaman, Coach Barre, S. 
Vogelpohl, P. Harms, S. Ahlers, R. Ratilff, D. Nachazel, G. Terry, D. Ahlers, J. Buechel, S. Noble, M. Jones. 



GRAYSON COUNTY — CLASS AAA, REGION II WINNER 




p. Harned, G. Stikeieather, S. McCloud, R. Bush, A. Sanders, C. Johnson, A. Goldsberry, J. Embry, J. Wilson, M. Gallagher, 
K. Blanton, D. Christian, K. Embry, J. Lowe, S. McCann, K. Brashear, W. demons, M. KIper, R. Hart, R. Bryant, J. Pettrey, D. 
Thomas, B. Belcher, N. Powell, G. Apperson, B. Clark, J. Goft, B. Carroll, N. Chafflns, B. Downs, S. Earles.T. FInllnson, K. 
Freeman, E. Ferguson, J. Gorby, K. Meredith, G. MInton, S. Montgomery, J. Renfro, T. Rogers, E. Seaton, G. Smith, B. 
Thorpe, D. Webb, J. Young, R. Gatto, J. Thompson, T. Manlon, D. Clark, T. Durbln. 



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FORT KNOX — CLASS AA, REGION II WINNER 




p. singer, D. Emond, R. Harold, M. Coty, P. Baldwin, T. Winston, E. Berry, T. Shaw, C. Rose, D. Bilberry, L. Oennlson, H. 
Goree, B. Denson, G. McClung, K. Winston, J. SupulskI, G. Jones, B. Matthews, C. Holllday, M. Goodman, J. Imel, C. 
McCann, S. Bryant, R. Williams, T. Jaco, D. Watson, T. SupulskI, K. Holland, C. Suranofsky, R. Goff , T. Anderson, C. Plerson, 
B. Mutter, G. Cook, R. Henry, J. Woodbury, S. Barbara, B. Yaun, R. KIdd, J. Weber, K. Denson, M. Aguilar, E. Truss, D. 
Brown, M. Howton, B. Holllday, S. Kraft, Head Coach: Joe Jaggers; Assistant Coaches: G. Thompson, D. Shufelt, G. 
Dowding, J. Washington. 



RUSSELL — CLASS AAA, REGION IV WINNER 




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M. Calllhan, S. Lovin, W. Slsson, S. Knight, C. KIdd, R. Harris, A. Taylor, D. Frahme, M. Couchot, S. Moore, A. Cordle, R. 
Helton, S. Keeton, M. Stone, S. Maple, R. Thompson, R. Ison, C. Covey, M. RIffe, G. Holsinger, M. Frehholm, T. Wiley, T. 
Hammond, S. Grubb, J. Frisby, M. Smith, G. Gels, M. Salyers, K. O'Brien, P. Jenks, P. Davis, L. Miller, T. Hencve, D. 
Hutchinson, R. Roe^ S. Slater, B. Braden, T. Bailey, G. Slone, J. Lewis, L. Roark, R. Roark, J. Duncan, L. HIgglns, J.D. Metz, T. 
Burgess, T. Ward, S. Smith, N. Kouns, G. McPeek, J. Holbrook, K. Ferrell, T. Redden, J. Patrick, S. Plfter, M. Maynard, C. 
Mulllns, D. Howard, S. Rose, L. Gullett, D. Sammons, S. Doherty, T. McKee, B. Freeman, P. Kelly, R. Stapp, Head Coach: Ivan 
McGlone; Assistants: S. Fletcher, J. Tardy, G. Walter. 



BRYAN STATION — STATE CLASS AAAA, REGION III WINNER 










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C. Burbage, M. Logan, D. Brown, R. Mayfleld, W. Guy, T. Taylor, B. Brown, L. Alkhoja, G. Thornton, M. White, T. Redmon, T. 
Davis, A. Poplin, K. Gossett, T. Hubbard, J. Cummins, R. Peavler, T. Gray, D. Taylor, R. Garrard, T. Townsend, C. Hughes, M. 
Craig, S. Jackson, E. Shearer, R. Locke, J. Taylor, L. Smith, C. Robinson, M. Wagner, A. Sanderlyn, G. Rawling, P. Harris, C. 
Robinson, T. Daugherty, H. Johnson, C. Jackson, R. Davis, C. Smith, R. Chambers, T. Crank, D. GIvens, K. Black, A. 
Thompson, M. Keiley, J. Jones, R. Jones, J. Crank, L. Kavanaugh, M. Carter, D. Boggs, T. Dent, D. Briscoe, J. Bailey, D. 
Johnson, J. Hutseii, R. Pollard, E. Sammons, K. Darneai, R. Hearn, J. Fender, L. Horn, D. Dawson, C. Logan, W. Madison, K. 
Blackburn, S. Branham, T. Harmon, A. Edwards. 



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FOOTBALL RULE CHANGES 
ANNOUNCED FOR '83 SEASON 




Several rule changes will be evident during the 1983 high school football season as a result of action taken 
recently by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFSHSA) Football Rules Committee. 
The interscholastic rules-making body approved a list of 1983 rule changes and modifications on January 7 
while meeting in conjunction with the National Federation's "Mid-Winter Meeting" at Phoenix, Arizona. 

The most visible of the 1983 changes will be the markings on the football. Previously, two one-inch stripes 
were required around the ball. Now it will also be legal for the ball to have white stripes only on the two panels 
adjacent to the laces. 

The receiving team will now have a choice of penalty enforcement for a fair catch interference foul by the 
kicking team. It may choose to have the 15-yard penalty assessed from the spot of the foul and retain 
possession or may opt to return to the original line of scrimmage to have the penalty assessed with a replay of 
the down. 

The National Federation Football Rules Committee consists of a voting representative from 48 member 
associations. The committee governs gridiron play for all high schools and many junior high schools in 47 
states and the District of Columbia. 



1-3-1 Adopted the optional use of the half- 

stripe ball for the next 3 seasons. The 
half-stripe ball will become the legal 
ball beginning in 1986. 

1-3-5 Allows the use of an unofficial 

auxiliary down indicator. 

1-3-6 Requires the yardage chain and 

down indicator rods to have flat 
lower ends covered by a protective 
cap. 

2-27 Clarified the definition of a shift by a 

lineman. 

3-1 Adopted rule support that the head 

coach is responsible to have his team 
on the field for the 3-minute warm-up 
at the end of the halftime inter- 
mission. 

3-3-3 Provides that acceptance of an 

offensive team penalty will also 
extend a period by an untimed down. 

3-5-2d Radio time-outs are permitted by 

state association adoption. 

6-5-3;10-5-2 Provides another option for the 
receiving team when fair catch 
interference occurs. R may have the 
penalty enforced from the spot of the 
foul. 

7-2-1 a Removed the requirement of 

reporting to the umpire on the 
numbering exception. 



9-3-2k Changed the spearing penalty to be 

similar to other illegal helmet contact 
fouls. 

9-4-1 a Added "words or insignia worn" as 

additional examples of items which 
can engender ill will. 

8-man rules Established team box boundaries 
between the 25-yard lines. 



CLARIFICATION CHANGES 

1-5-1d, j 



Regarding the knee pads and length 
of pants. 



2-4-3 Regarding the use of hands and 

recovery of a loose ball. 

6-2-5 Regarding the type of kick involved 

when touching is ignored. 

EDITORIAL CHANGES 

Sections Affected: 1-4-3; 2-16-2; 3-5- 
3; 4-1-2; 5-2-5; 8-3-4, 5;1 0-4-2; 10-5-4; 
Fundamentals 13; 20; 28 

POINTS OF EMPHASIS 

1. Illegal Helmet Contact 

2. Clipping the Tackier 

3. Use of Correct Signals 



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1982-83 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT II 



SITUATION #14: Team B is behind in the score. Team A holds the 
bail in the midcourt without any defensive pressure. The trail official 
recognizes the lack of action and indicates this by using the designated 
signal. The offical counts to 5 and properly gives the warning to Team B to 
■play ball". The official's count for lack of action after the warning is at 3 
when Team B responds and provides necessary action. Thereafter, Team 
A advances the ball into their forecourt. What are Team B's responsibilities 
if the ball is returned by Team A to their midcourt? 
RULING: When the ball went to the forecourt, the lack of action situation 
ended instantly. If the ball is returned to the midcourt. the official will have 
to recognize a new lack of action situation and indicate it with the proper 
signal before Team B has to respond. Since Team B has already been 
warned, if a 5 count for lack of action is reached, it is a technical foul. (10-2- 
3) 

SITUATION #15; B1 fouls A1. Team A is in the bonus but the official 
awards the ball to Team A for a throw-in. Al's throw-in is intercepted by B1 
who scores a goal. Al's throw-in is controlled by A2 who dribbles into 
Team A's midcourt and then asks for a time-out. During the time-out. the 
scorer advises the referee that Team A was in the bonus when B1 fouled 
A1. 

RULING: It is too late to correct the error The error could have been 
corrected anytime prior to the ball becoming alive on A1's throw-in 
following the goal by B1. (2-10) 

SITUATION #16: The score is Team A-56. Team B-56.B1 foulsAI intheact 
of shooting as time runs out in the 4th quarter A1 's try is unsuccessful and 
he or she is awarded 2 free throws. Team B requests and is granted a time- 
out prior to the free throw attempts. A1 misses both attempts. Team A 
coach then asks to discuss a correctable error as the coach contends the 
wrong player attempted the throws. The referee rules the correct player 
attempted the throws. Can Team A be charged with a time-out or does the 
rule on prohibition of successive time-outs after expiration of time in the 
4th quarter take precedence? 

RULING: The time-out is charged to Team A. even though it does result in 
successive time-outs. At the time the coach asked to review a possible 
error it could not be denied based on the fact it might result in a charged 
time-out. The time-out is charged to Team A and they may use whatever 
amount of time remains. (5-8-4; 5-11) 

SITUATION #17: During a charged time-out, A1 who will be shooting a 
one-and-one when play is resumed secures a basketball and goes to the 
free throw line and takes a practice shot. 

RULING: Practice is prohibited during a dead ball except between halves. 
This is considered to be an unsportsmanlike act and A1 is charged with a 
technical foul. (2-5; 10-7-6) 

SITUATION #18: B1 fouls A1 and Team A is not in the bonus. The official 
erroneously awards A1 a one-and-one. After the second free throw is 
successful, a time-out is called by Team B. During the time-out, it is 
discovered that Team A was not in the bonus. 

RULING: The official recognizes the error and will cancel both free throws 
that had been made by A1. The game is continued by giving the ball to 
Team A out-of-bounds for a throw-in at a spot nearest to where the original 
foul by B1 occurred. (2-10-2) 

SITUATION #19: A1 drives the baseline and while m position behind the 
rectangular backboard, leaps to attempt a field goal. The ball passes from 
behind the backboard, over the top and falls into the basket without 
touching any supports. 

RULING: Violation. Anytime the ball passes over the top of a rectangular 
backboard, it is out-of-bounds and it either becomes dead or remains 
dead. (7-1-2 Note) 

SITUATION #20: A1 is fouled by B1 . Team A is in the bonus. Team B is not 
in the bonus. After A1 releases the last throw, A2 fouls B1, DoesBI have an 
opportunity to run the baseline following tne successful free throw by A1 ? 
RULING: Yes. Team B is given the opportunity to run the baseline 
following a successful goal by Team A. To take away this opportunity 
would, in some cases, give the team an advantage by pinning down the 
opposition to a designatd spot for the throw-in. This could, prior to the 
bonus, encourage a team to foul. (7-5-5) 

SITUATION #21: With 4 seconds left to play in the 3rd period, Team A has 
the ball for a throw-in. Team A inbounds the ball and passesit to their 
frontcourt where A1 is fouled by B1 just as the period ends. Team A is in the 
bonus. A1 appears to be injured and the coach is beckoned onto the court. 
After 30 seconds, A1 states that he or she is either; (a) able; or (b) unable to 
continue. 

RULING: In (a), if A1 stays in the game, a time-out must be charged to 
Team A. If A1 is injured to the extent that he or she cannot attempt the free 
throw as in (b), Al's substitute must attempt the bonus situation and no 



time-out would be charged to Team A. If the substitution is made. A1 may 
not start the 4th period, but must wait until the regular opportunity for 
substitution after the clock starts. (3-3; 8-2) 

SITUATION #22: During the warm-up prior to the game. A1 is assessed a 
technical foul for dunking the ball. B6 replaces B1 (a designated starter) in 
order to shoot the tree throw for the technical foul. May B1 return to the 
game prior to the time the clock starts? 

RULING: No. The substitution may be made in order for B6 to shoot the 
free throw, however, once substituted for, B1 may not enter the game until 
the first opportunity for substitution after the clock has started (3-3) 
SITUATION #23: A1 jumps for a rebound or to catch a pass The ball is in 
A1 's possession As A1 comes back to the floor, A1 falls to the floor with the 
ball in possession. 

RULING: This is a violation. Falling to the floor while holding the ball is a 
violation. If this occurs after obtaining a rebound or catching a pass, the 
interpretation is the same as it is when the player falls to the floor while 
standing with the ball in his or her possession (4-27 Ques. 1) 
SITUATION #24: B1 fouls A1 . Team A is not in the bonus but the officials 
go to the line to award A1 a one-and-one. The official hands the ball to A1 
at the free throw line, (a) Before A1 releases the ball, A2 pushes B1 causing 
a common foul; or (b) after A1 releases the ball, A2 pushes B1 causing a 
common foul; or (c) A1 misses the first throw of the one-and-one, B1 
rebounds and dribbles into Team A's frontcourt where he or she is fouled 
by A3. The coach of Team B then asks for a correction of the original error 
as Team A was not in the bonus. 

RULING: The error of awarding A1 a one-and-one attempt is correctable in 
(a), (b) and (c). The correction would be to cancel any free throw that may 
have been scored by A1 in (a) or (b). The correction also in (a) and (b) is to 
cancel A2's common foul and continue the game from the point of 
interruption. In both cases, award the ball out-of-bounds to Team A for a 
throw-in nearest to where the original foul by B1 occurred. In (c). The 
correction does not involve cancelling a free throw by A1 since A1 did not 
make the free throw However, the activity which occurs after the free 
throw (the foul by A3) cannot be cancelled since it did not take place 
during the free throw activity which was cancelled. The game will continue 
from the point of interruption which is administration of the penalty forthe 
foul by A3. (2-10-2) 

SITUATION #25: A1 is disqualified with 5 fouls. A6 reports in to replace A1 
Team A asks for and is granted a time-out. During the time-out, A7 
replaces A6. 

RULING: Legal procedure. The incoming substitute is not required to 
remain in the game a certain length of time, nor is it required that the ball 
must become alive or the clock must run before the incoming substitute 
can be replaced. (3-3) 

SITUATION #26: A1 has the ball out-of-bounds at the end line for a throw- 
in. A1 throws a long pass and the ball hits; (a) the ceiling; {b)a light fixture; 
or (c) a gymnastic ring, high above the division line. 
RULING: The ball is out-of-bounds when it hits as in (a), (b) and (c). It is a 
throw-in violation by A1 in all 3 cases. The throw-in will be by Team B out- 
of-bounds at the spot of the original tnrow-in. (7-1-2) 
SITUATION #27: A1 brings the ball into his or her frontcourt, however, the 
ball is stolen by B1 . B1 dribbles the length of the court and attempts a lay- 
up. The ball does not go in the basket. The momentum of B1 carries him or 
her out-of-bounds, however, B1 recovers, comes back inbounds, grabs the 
rebound and lays it in the basket. 

RULING: Two points for B1. The fact that 81 went out-of-bounds as a 
result of playing action does not prevent him or her from coming back 
inbounds, securing the rebound and scoring. (7-1-1 
SITUATION #28: A1 had made the first tree throw of a one-and-one 
situation and releases the ball on the bonus attempt. The referee 
anticipated a violation by A2 and blows the whistle. No violation occurs. 
The attempt is good. 

RULING: The whistle has been erroneously sounded. However, the whistle 
does not cause the ball to become dead during Al's attempt. The point is 
credited and play continues as normal. If the attempt is unsuccessful, the 
whistle would cause the ball to become dead at that pomt In that case, a 
jump ball between any 2 opponents would follow, (6-3-5; 6-7 Exp lb) 
SITUATION #29: A1 has possession of the ball for the first of 2 free throw 
attempts. Before the shot, B1 steps into the lane and backs out Thereafter, 
A1 requests a time-out which is granted. Since 81 violated, will A 1 be given 
a substitute throw if the first attempt fails after the time-out? 
RULING: Yes. The substitute free throw will be given if A1 mises the first 
attempt. The fact that a time-out was called does not change the fact that 
81 committed a free throw violation (9-1 Penalty 2) 



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1982-83 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT II 






SITUATION #17: During the first period when the referee is starting the 
contestants from the neutral position. Wrestler A makes his initial step 
backward and it takes him out of the 10-foot circle. 
RULING: This is stalling, and the first time it occurs, the contestant shall be 
warned. If it should occur a second time, he would be penalized. Any time 
the initial step is out of the 10-foot circle, it shall be categorized as stalling 
SITUATION #18: Is it permissible for some members of Team A to wear a 
properly cut one-piece uniform without tights and others to wear the full- 
length tights with the close-fitting outside short trunks? 
RULING: The rules do not require that all contestants from a school be 
dressed uniformly. The school uniform for some contestants may be with 
tights and for others it may be without tights. 

SITUATION #19: The score of the match is; Wrestler A-3; and Wrestler B-0; 
with Wrestler A in the advantage position during the third period. As 
Wrestler B is attempting a switch. Wrestler A locks his hands around the 
body of Wrestler 8 but Wrestler B is still unsuccessful with the reversal. 
The referee, however, signals only 2 points for the reversal and does not 
give the one-point for the technical violation of locking hands. This error is 
unnoticed by either coach or the scorers' table. The final score of the 
match is: Wrestler A-3: and Wrestler B-2. This match occurs during a 
tournament and the coach of Wrestler B detects this error approximately 
30 minutes after the conclusion of the match. 

RULING: Once the wrestlers have left the wrestling area, this error could 
not be corrected, because it would necessitate additional wrestling By 
correcting this error, the results of the match would be 3-3. which would 
necessitate an overtime match. Therefore, no correction can be made. 
SITUATION #20: During a dual meet, the first time the competitors start 
from the down position, the referee goes behind the contestants in such a 
position that the only way they will know when to start is from the referee's 
whistle. 

RULING: It is permissible for the referee to be behind the contestants 
when they start from the down position. The referee should, however, 
maintain eye contact with the scorers' table. 

SITUATION #21: The offensive wrestler has a grapevine with the arm 
locked and turns his opponent on his back for a near fall situation. This is 
held only momentarily. When the arm lock is released, the offensive 
wrestler applies the guillotine and turns his opponent on his back in a near 
fall situation that is held for 5 seconds. How many points have been earned 
by the offensive wrestler'' 

RULING: This would be considered as 2 separate situations, and the 
offensive wrestler would score a total of 5 points for these 2 near falls. 
SITUATION #22: At the completion of an overtime match, it was 
discovered that the first period of the overtime went for a total of 2 minutes 
rather than one minute. Near the end of the first period, there was a 
takedown by Wrestler A. At the conclusion of the overtime match. Wrestler 
A led by a score of 5-4. 

RULING: This is a correctable error and you have one minute of bad time 
during the first period. The rules state that any points earned during bad 
time shall be voided. This bad time does not necessitate additional 
wrestling. Therefore, the error can be corrected. Wrestler B would be 
declared the winner by a score of 4-3 

SITUATION #23: When do we have a change of control on a shoulder roll 
or granby? 

RULING: When the defensive wrestler completes a shoulder roll or granby 
and has control of the inside leg and arm. the referee should give a reversal 
and also be prepared to start looking for near fall points. 
SITUATION #24: If the figure 4 body scissors is applied by one of the 
contestants while they are in the neutral position, do we have a technical 
violation by the individual applying the figure 4 body scissors? 
RULING: The figure 4 body scissors is a technical violation only 
when applied by the offensive wrestler around either the body or both legs 
of his opponent If it is applied by either wrestler while you are in the 
neutral position, there is no violation. If, by applying the figure 4 body 
scissors, the contestant is able to gain control over his opponent, then 
reaction time should be granted for the release of the figure 4 scissors. 
There is no violation until control has been secured Therefore, it should be 
treated similarly to locked hands when bringing youropponenttothemat. 
SITUATION #25: The offensive wrestler has his opponent on his back with 
a half nelson. Upon holding his shoulders to the mat for 2 seconds, the 
referee indicates a pin by the offensive wrestler. At that time, the referee 
sees scratch marks on the offensive wrestler's back. He then checks the 
defensive wrestler's fingernails and finds that they are not trimmed 



according to rule. Should there be any additional penalty assessed to the 
defensive wrestler that was pinned? 

RULING: If the referee does not see the defensive wrestler scratch the back 
of the offensive wrestler, he cannot penalize him for It. If this is detected 
during the match, the referee should require the individual to trim his nails 
according to Rule 3-1-3. If this is not corrected in 2 minutes, he would be 
disqualified according to the Penalty Chart. You cannot penalize a 
contestant for biting, scratching, etc., unless you actually see it happen. 
SITUATION #26: A contestant appears on the mat with knee pads that are 
multicolored. Is this a violation of the special equipment rule — 4-2-1? 
RULING: Rule 4-2-1 addresses itself to special equipment, which is 
equipment not normally worn by contestants, such as: face masks, knee 
braces, etc. This rule does not cover items such as knee pads and socks. 
Therefore, the knee pads that are of multicolor would not be a violation cf 
the special equipment ruling 

SITUATION #27: Wrestler A has Wrestler B in a pinning situation at the 
edge of the mat and the referee has commenced his count for a 3-point 
near fall. At that time Wrestler B bridges and intentionally goes out of the 
wrestling area. What points would be earned by Wrestler A'' 
RULING: When a contestant goes out of the wrestling area of forces his 
opponent out of the wrestling area as a means of avoiding wrestling, it is a 
technical violation except in a situation where near fall points have been 
earned. In this situation Wrestler a has scored a 2-point near fall, therefore, 
no penalty points would be awarded. 

SITUATION #28: Wrestler A has Wrestler B in a guillotine, and there is 
obviously a great deal of pressure being applied to Wrestler B. As the 
referee observes this situation, Wrestler B indicates that he is hurting and 
cannot continue. What is the correct procedure for the referee to follow? 
RULING: If a contestant is unable to continue wrestling for any reason, the 
match will be defaulted. If he indicates to the referee that he is unable to 
continue, the referee has no choice but to terminate the match. 
SITUATION #29: Wrestler A in the control position applies a figure 4 body 
scissors around B and drives him to the mat. The referee immediately stops 
the match and awards B a penalty point becauseof thetechnical violation. 
In going to the mat, B injures his ribs and asks for a time-out. Would this be 
considered as injury time or recovery time? 

RULING: This would be considered as injury time because the injury was 
not received because of an illegal hold or unnecessary roughness. 
Recovery time is only applicable in those 2 situations. If, after 2 minutes of 
injury time. Wrestler B is unable to continue wrestling, then Wrestler A 
would be the winner of the match by default 

SITUATION #30: Wrestler A appears on the mat ready to wrestle, but he 
has a T-shirt under his uniform. The official has not granted permission for 
the wearing of a T-shirt, and there is no skin problem or reason for having it 
on. The official indicates to the contestant that the T-shirt must be 
removed in order for him to participate. Upon hearing this, the wrestler, 
while on the mat. immediately drops the shoulder straps, removes the T- 
shirt and then raises his shoulder straps back up. Is this a violation? 
RULING: Wrestler A would be penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct 
because he was not properly displaying his uniform while on the mat. The 
contestant should have left the mat area when making a correction in his 
uniform. 

SITUATION #31: A comes onto the mat with his shoulder straps down and 
then pulls them up and gets ready to wrestle. The referee penalizes A for 
unsportsmanlike conduct for not properly displaying his uniform while on 
the mat. This occurs during tournament competition and at the conclusion 
of the regular match, the contestants are tied and the match goes into 
overtime. At the conclusion of the overtime, the score is: Wrestler A-2; and 
Wrestler B-2. Both wrestlers were warned and penalized for stalling, and 
each one had an escape. In applying the overtime criteria 1 thru 9 to the 
overtime match, no winner can be determined- In the regulation match, the 
score was tied 6-6. Wrestler A had two 2-point near falls and a reversal. 
Wrestler B had a takedown, one 2-point near fall and a reversal. Who would 
be declared the winner of the match? 

RULING: Because the overtime did not determine a winner, the criteria are 
then applied to the regular match. In applying the criteria to the regular 
match, the winner is determined by criterion number 1, which reads "A 
wrestler whose opponent has been penalized the greater number of times 
for misconduct or unsportsmanlike conduct shall be declared the winner " 
In this situation. Wrestler B is declared the winner because Wrestler A was 
penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct for not properly displaying his 
uniform while on the mat. 




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(This IS an actual letter written by a son to his father Names of people as well r 

Dear Dad, 

You asked me to draft a couple of speeches for you to 
present this year at awards banquets, civic meetings and 
educators' conventions, I was flattered that you would 
want me to do this, for I think it means you respect my 
communication skills. Ironically, Dad, it's your 
communication skills that I want to write about in this 
letter Maybe I can draft a speech for you later. 

My first memory of competitive athletics goes back to 
Adair |ust after you became president of the Tool 
Company. I was playing baseball for a team named Adair 
Produce. I was eight years old, I think: and I barely knew 
the difference between a baseball and some of the 
spherical fruits and vegetables of our team sponsor 
Nevertheless, in one of my bats, I got a hit. or maybe I was 
just safe on an error. There were a lot of errors in those 
days Anyway, as I rounded first base, I turned to look at 
you and Mom, sitting at a picnic table in right field I waved 
to you, proud of my success, but |ust then the ball 
appeared beneath my chin I had been picked off My first 
hit (or whatever), and I got picked off 

I was mortified and wished I could hide someplace. After 
the game, I walked toward you with my head down, afraid 
to look at you. But you amazed me by your reaction. You 
probably don't even remember it, but I do, for it was your 
first comment on my experience in organized sport You 
said, "Keep your dobber up. Bud, things likethatwill make 
you a better player " 

I couldn't believe it No anger, no criticism, jusi 
encouragement I couldn't wait for the next game Dad, 
that's communication You don't need me to write your 
speeches 

Many years later, after we moved to West La Salle and I 
was playing baseball for Rotary in the Little League, I made 
the last out~l struck out— in a no-hit loss to the Moose You 
and Mom were out of town at a National Convention and 
missed the game, but it was another of those times when I 
was mortified by sports and wished I could hide 
someplace But on this night, there was no place to hide 
Because you and Mom were out of town, I was staying at a 
friend's house, and he played for the Moose So after the 
game, I had to ride my bike home, shower, and return to my 
opponent's house for dinner. Can you imagine thaf Not 
only was I having dinner with the opponent, but it was the 
opponent who had beaten us, beaten us with a no-hitter, 
and I had made the last out. An infamous strike out. 

Dad, that was one of the many when you've not been 
around physically, but your advice was with me, "Keep 
your dobber up. Bud," I said to myself, "things likethatwill 
make you a better player"" Dad, you were still 
communicating several years later, and you werent even 
around Dad, that's communication. You don't need me to 
write your speeches 

Later that same season, we were playing KIwanis. I hit a 
ball to deep center field that Jim Cole caught and held as 
he fell over the fence What should have been a homer, was 
an out, and I was mad Then, in the last inning, with Jim 
Cole now pitching, I was called out on a third strike. Cole 
laughed at me: and without looking, I hurled my bat at the 
dugout When I turned around, I saw that I had barely 
missed our little bat boy, a real cute kid who adored me 

I stalked to the dugout, pretending I was mad at the 
pitcher, but trying to hide my fear for what I had almost 
done. I had nearly killed that boy 

As usual, after the game I rode my bike home and 
hustled downstairs to the basement shower As I was 
drying off, I heard your footsteps descending the stairs. I 
knew what was on your mind. 

The door to the bathroom opened, and your stern face 
appeared. But I spoke first, "" You dont have to say a thing. 
Dad. I behaved badly It will never happen again "" 

Do you remember what you said then. Dad'' Probably 
not, because you didn't say a thing. You recognized there 
was no need to comment further, and you didn't. The 
lesson had been learned: a lecture could add nothing, and 
you knew it Dad, that's communication, too You don't 
need me to write your speeches. 



Dad, do you remember when you came East for the first 
time to see me play college football'' It was in New York 
City, against Columbia Do you remember that safety blitz 
in the first quarter when I rushed through the wrong gap 
and Columbia ran quick opener where I was supposed to 
be rushing? That was only my second start, and I was sure I 
would be riding the bench on the next series of downsand 
for the next two years. 

But the coaches let me keep playing: and for the rest of 
the game, I played way over my head ..figuratively and 
literally In the second half, in two consecutive goal line 
stands— when I had to play right on the line of scrimmage, 
head up on a tight end who is a foot taller than I— I made 
solo tackles to keep Columbia from scoring 

After the game, you came into the locker room and 
sought me out. When you found me, you extended your 
right hand, we shook hands, and you said, "Son, this isthe 
proudest moment in my life,' and we hugged Dad. that's 
really communication. You don't need me to write your 
speeches. 

So very often. Dad, people miss opportunities to 
encourage others and show love for others People are 
often quicker to criticize than they are to praise No groups 
of people have more opportunities to both criticize and 
praise than parents of school children and the educators of 
those children than the administrators, teachers and 
coaches of the education community 

So, if I would write you a speech for the people. Dad, it 
would only say what you already know, what you've 
already shown me by your actions I would have you say to 
them what you've said to me. Words like "Keep your 
dobber up. Bud." and "Im proud of you. Son." and "I love 
you ■" 

You know, when learning that a child is in some kind of 
trouble, many parents and educators will say. "I cant 
figure it out We did everything for him "" Parents and 
educators will see to it that every minute of a child"s day is 
occupied— school, music lessons, dancing lessons, little 
league sports, club meetings and tutoring sessions to 
make sure the kid gets into the right college Mom has 
been the chauffeur, carrying the kids from one activity to 
another The parents are herding, goading and pressuring 
their youngsters to be popular, to be active and to be 
successful These children are being suffocated, but not 
by love. 

Sometimes we think sex education classes will keep our 
kids out of trouble by teaching them the difference 
between love and lust. Seems to me. Dad, that only love 
can teach love If kids find love at home and at school, 
theyll know love when they feel it 

But I'm going on too long. Dad I don't want to write your 
speeches for you. You're too good a communicator for 
that However, do tell your audiences one more thing 
about this love we're talking about. It s something you 
know very well. Remind the folks that real love is 
unconditional It's not something we save up to show kids 
when they're good: but something we give kids all the time, 
no matter what. 

Remind your audiences of the parable of the prodigal 
son. Remind them of the man who had two sons, the 
younger of which took his half of his father's estate and 
squandered it. while the elder son stayed with and served 
his father. Eventually, the younger son returned to his 
home penny less Luke's gospel says that the father "ran to 
the boy. clasped him in his arms and kissed him tenderly."" 
and then called for celebration There was not a bit of 
resentment or anger in the father, but a feeling of 
celebration. There was unconditional love. 

And Dad. youve been communicating this 
unconditional love for me from that very first, "Keep your 
dobber up. Bud," even until today. So you don"t need me to 
write your speeches Just make sure you tell all those good 
folks what youve told me 

Your son. 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 6 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

FEBRUARY, 1983 



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FEATURE 
ARTICLE 

'March Memories" 



by 

Randy 

Mills 



For many Kentuckians, most certainly all basketball fans, the 
only place to be in March is at the Kentucky State High School 
Basketball Tournament There is no other four-day sporting event 
which is comparable Call it what you may, "March Madness," "The 
Sweet 16," or "The Greatest Show on Earth," the tournament 
represents the gathering spot for this basketball-crazed state's 
frenzied, fanatical fans. 

My memory spans the course of 17 March months: some were 
cold, some were warm, but each March memory in the 17-year 
period recalls four days of heart-stopping, emotional, always 
entertaining "Sweet 16" action. 

Heroes'? Oh, yes As an eight-year-old in 1966. I, of course, 
Idolized Mike Casey and his state champion Shelby Co Rocket 
teammates Coached by Bill Harrell. the Rockets, led by Casey, a 
future Kentucky Wildcat, defeated Louisville Male 62-57 in the 
championship contest 

There have been so many epic moments in the long history of the 
tournament. My first dramatic finish came in the 1967 finals 
between Covington Catholic and Earlington Earlington's final shot 
beat the buzzer, and beat Covington Catholic as well, 54-53 

I remember the Freedom Hall crowd of 1968 backing Lee County 
and that ball club's star. Larry Stamper, who later started for 
Adoiph Rupp's last ball club at the University of Kentucky Lee Co 
fell in the semi-finals to Louisville Seneca, 57-53 That night, 
a well-drilled Glasgow team defeated Seneca for the state 
Championship, 77-68. 

Ohio Co.. the crowd favorite of the 1969 tournament, ran into a 
basketball machine on the last leg of its stale championship quest 
Louisville Central, coached by Robert Graves, and led by stars Ron 
King and Otto Petty, dominated the tournament, as well as Ohio 
Co , by a 101-72 tally. 

One of those "dramatic" shots spiced opening round play of the 
1970 tournament Phillip Lovely, of Breathitt Co . sank a 60-foot 
desperation shot at the buzzer to eliminate hard-luck Covington 
Catholic. 64-63 As the tournament progressed, Louisville Male, led 
by future University of Louisville standout Bill Bunton, flexed its 
muscles The Bulldogs withstood a stiff challenge from' Richmond 
Madison to take home the big hardware, by a final count of 70-69 

"We are: Bearcats!" The chant rang throughout Freedom Hall as 
the Anderson Co Bearcats marched to the finals of the 1971 
tournament. This tournament also featured G J. Smith, the gallant 
Laurel Co star and future Kentucky Wildcat, who made the all- 
tournament team despite playing on a broken foot But Anderson 
Co , and its wonder boy, Jimmy Dan Conner, stole the show I will 
never forget Conner's twisting three-point play which sealed 
Louisville Central's fate and advanced Anderson Co to the finals 
In the finals, though, Louisville Male defended its state 
championship, 83-66, and Coach Jim Huter had his second 
consecutive title. 

The efforts of so many outstanding people have all combined to 
make the tournament the great show that it is today The 1972 
tournament marked the end of an era Theo A. Sanford, the first 
commissioner of the K H S A A , witnessed his last tournament as 
commissioner Sanford and others saw some marvelous players 
compete in this tournament Jack Givens, the hero of the University 
of Kentucky's 1978 national championship squad, played for 
Lexington Bryan Station Kenny Higgs, who later starred at 
Louisiana State University, performed for state champion 
Owensboro, who defeated Elizabethtown, 71-63. in the title game I 
vividly remember the "upset" of the tournament The Freedom Hall 
crowd, as it so often did. chose an underdog and pulled Maysville 
through a stirring 83-70 upset of Louisville Central 

Joe Billy Mansfield. Sanford's long-time right-hand man. was at 
the controls as commissioner when the 1973 tournament came to 
Louisville The Louisville teams shined in their hometown 
Shawnee, after defeating Owensboro's team led by Kenny Higgs. 
was poised to meet Wesley Cox and his Louisville Male teammates 
in the finals. Shawnee prevailed by an 81-68 score 

The 1974 tournament was also dominated by the Louisville 
powers The highlight of the tournament was played before a 
Friday night sellout: Male, led by Mr. Everything, Darrell Griffith, vs. 
Bryan Station, led by Jack Givens, making his second state 
tournament appearance. Male won 84-75. but lost in the state finals 
to a strong Central team, 59-54 



The following year, Darrell Griffith did not fall short Griffith, the 
standout on Denny Crum's 1980 University of Louisville National 
Championship squad, led Male to a 74-59 state title victory over 
Henry Clay 

1976' Will anyone ever forget this tournament? Tom Mills 
became the third commissioner of the athletic association as 
Mansfield was forced to step down due to illness The 1976 
tournament' Enter Cinderella, Edmonson Co , coached by Bo 
Davenport This ball club from the small communityof Brownsville 
captured the hearts of nearly all the Freedom Hall observers. 
Edmonson Co won three close contests, all upsets, and finally 
defeated Christian Co . 74-52. for the title before an ecstatic crowd. 

Behind three outstanding players, Jeff Lamp and Lee Raker, also 
standouts at the University of Virginia, and Jerry Eaves, a 
University of Louisville star, the Ballard Bruins captured the 1977 
championship by defeating Louisville Valley. 68-59 

The excitement level rose once again during the 1976 
tournament In the first round, the luck of the draw pitted number 
one ranked Apollo, undefeated, against number two ranked Shelby 
Co A packed house watched as Shelby Co slipped past Apollo62- 
55 Shelby Co continued its drive to the finals where it met 
Covington Holmes, led by Dicky Beal and Doug Schloemer Shelby 
Co also had a pair of standouts in NorrisBeckley and Charles Hurt. 
I witnessed history that night as no championship game had ever 
been forced into overtime This game, though, due to Hurt's 
miracle shot at the end of regulation did go into overtime. Tom 
Creamer's Rockets defeated the Holmes Bulldogs in one overtime 
period, 68-66, 

1979 was another special year in my state tournament memories. 
The tournament was once again, for the first time in 15 years, 
played in Lexington, in spacious Rupp Arena Jock Sutherland, the 
colorful Lexington Lafayette coach, won the title in his last go- 
round His ball club, which defeated Christian Co 62-52 for the 
championship, was led by Dirk Minniefield. Tony Wilson and 
Junior Johnson, who now play for UK . Western and Cincinnati, 
respectively 

The 1980 tournament once again returned to Louisville and 
Freedom Hall Owensboro and its coach Bobby Watson, along with 
stellar performances from Dwight Higgs and Rod Drake, journeyed 
back to Western Kentucky with the state championship trophy by 
virtue of Its dramatic 57-56 victory over Louisville Doss. 

Once again the state tournament was reunited with Lexington 
and Rupp Arena in 1981 And what a beautiful combination. 
Lexington plus Rupp Arena equaled worlds record attendance 
figures Mason Co and its legion of fans cheered the Royals 
through three victories and into Saturday night's final game Simon 
Kenton, who upset Louisville Moore, led by Manuel Forrest, was 
also there on Saturday night. Before a vast sea of blue, both 
school's colors are blue and white, a world's record attendance for 
high school basketball was set, as 21,431 fans witnessed the 
championship game Simon Kenton, behind Troy McKinley's 
efforts, defeated Masoi' Co by a score of 70-63. 

Last year's tournament proved that the "Sweet 16" just keeps 
getting bigger and better Once again Coach Allen Feldhaus 
brought his Mason Co. squad to the tournament and. once again, 
the attendance record fell During second round play Mason Co.. 
31-0, played Virgie, led by Todd May Virgie, before an all-time 
attendance crowd defeated Mason Co , 68-63 Laurel Co awaited 
Virgie the next morning and defeated May, the tournament M V.P., 
and his club by 61-60. That night, in what has been called "the shot 
heard round the world." Laurel Co defeated North Hardin 53-51. 
Who can ever forget the heroics of Laurel Co 's Paul Andrews'? He 
stole an inbounds pass and as time expired drilled home a fifty- 
fooler to lead his team to the slate championship 

As preparations for the 1983 tournament, to be played in 
Lexington's Rupp Arena March 16-19, are finalized. Commissioner 
Tom Mills. IS surrounded by excellent people who work extremely 
hard to make the tournament the great success that it is. The 
K H.S A A employees three assistant commissioners. Executive 
Assistant Billy V Wise, Louis Stout and Brigid DeVries, 

Throughout the years many people have contributed their part to 
ensure the state tournament of its lofty respect nation-wide. 

L J "Butch"" Charmoli has worked as assistant tournament 
manager for over three decades The tireless Charmoli has been 
assisted by the very capable Paul Young 

On the administrative side. John Reynolds and J D Rayburn 
have worked closely with the association to enable a smooth- 
functioning tournament, by managing ticket sales to member 
schools. 

On press row. everyone remembers the super job which the late 
Ed Mudd did of keeping this area clear of all unauthorized people 
Throughout the years John Tong. the silver-haired gentleman with 

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FEBRUARY, 1983 VOL. XLIV, NO. 6 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No, 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to ; 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 
Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President — Fairce O Woods (1979-1983) Fiemingsburg 
Vice President — Robie Harper (1979-1983) Drakesboro 
Directors — Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville. John 
Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman (1980- 

1984) Owensboro, Patrick L, Crawford (1982-1986) 
Louisville. Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981- 

1985) Barlow, Ray Story (1982-1986); Conley Manning, 
State Department of Education Representative. 

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the golden voice, tias been ttie voice of the state tournament along 
with Jim Baker on the public address system. 

For better than four decades Big Six' Henderson was the time- 
keeper, a position which is now held by Tom Curley. Two familiar 
faces still on press row are the scorekeepers. the "dynamic duo" of 
Charlie Ruter and Richard Rozelle 

There have been some officials who were familiar faces at these 
tournaments also Men such as Roy Winchester. Sid (vleade. Scoop 
Brown, Harry Burke, Bob Foster, Goebel Ritter, and Clarence Bell 
always seemed to be on hand tooting their trusty whistles 

I don't pretend to have named every good player or coach at 
these past tournaments We all have our special "Sweet 16" 
memories 

As March nears, it is interesting to wonder what records will fall 
this year and who the new heroes will be I cannot answer these 
questions, but t suspect that somewhere in this great basketball 
state there will be an eight-year-old kid who falls in love with his 
high school hero and begins his own lifetime memories of the 
Kentucky State High School Basketball Tournament, The 
Greatest Show on Earth 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn, Louisville, 
Kentucky, on Friday morning, January 21, 1983, The 
meeting was called to order by President Fairce Woods at 
9:00 am. Present were Board members Charles Black, 
John Brock, Whaylon Coleman, Pat Crawford. Eldon 
Davidson. Alvis Johnson. Bob Rogers, Ray Story, 
Commissioner Tom Mills. Executive Assistant Billy V. 
Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and 
Louis Stout. The invocation was given by Alvis Johnson, 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that the 
minutes of the meeting held on November 27, 1982, be 
approved as submitted. The motion carried unanimously, 

Mr. Mills presented correspondence received from the 
State Board of Education Attorney Edward L. Fossett 




regarding recommendations he plans to present to the 
State Board for consideration in regard to changes in 
Article X of the Constitution and By-Laws. This Article 
presently requires the principal of each school to require 
all participants in interscholastic athletics and their 
parents or guardian to acknowledge receipt of the 
eligibility rules as promulgated by the Association and 
State Board regulations. After a lengthy discussion by all 
Board members, Eldon Davidson moved, seconded by 
Whaylon Coleman that the Board support Mr. Fossett's 
recommendation. The motion carried unanimously. 

Coach Allen Cox and Assistant Principal Jim Whitely of 
Paducah Tilghman High School appeared before the 
Board on behalf of Willie D. Shumpert to ask the Board to 
waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, and restore the student's 
eligibility at Paducah Tilghman High School. Following 
Mr. Cox and Mr. Whitely's presentations and questions by 
the Board members to them, John Brock moved, seconded 
by Charles Black that By-Law 6, Transfer Rule not be 
waived in this case. The motion passed with a vote of 7 in 
favor, one opposed and one abstension. 

Principal Harold Wood of Hopkinsville High School then 
appeared before the Board with James Jones to request 
that the Board waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule and allow 
James to participate in athletics at Hopkinsville High 
School. After a discussion and questions to Mr. Wood and 
James, Whaylon Coleman moved that the Board waive By- 
Law 6, Transfer Rule in this case. Bob Rogers seconded 
the motion. The motion carried with 7 voting in favor of the 
motion and Eldon Davidson opposed. 

Mr. Mills then presented to the Board a letter from 
Principal Olen Taylor Collins, Red Bird High School, 
requesting that Patricia Collett be reinstated to play 
basketball due to the fact that Leslie County High School 
did not have on file a signed statement showing that her 
parents were notified of the eligibility rules and regulations 
as promulgated by the Association and State Board 
regulation. Commissioner Mills had ruled Patricia 
ineligible to play at Red Bird High School since she was 
subject to the Provisions of By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. After 
a discussion of this case, Eldon Davidson moved, 
seconded by Ray Story that By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, be 
waived in this case. The motion carried with a vote of five in 
favor and three opposed. 

Commissioner Mills presented a request from Principal 
Frank Nassida, Madison Central High School, with a 
request that Mary Clark Parks be ruled eligible to 
participate in interscholastic athletics and that the 
Transfer Rule be waived in this case due to the fact that 
Model High School did not have a signed statement by her 
parents informing them of the eligibility rules and 
regulations set forth by the Association. John Brock 
moved, seconded by Eldon Davidson, that the Board waive 
By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, in this case. The motion carried 
with a vote of five in favor and three opposed. 

President Woods then called on Football Coach Joey 
Roberts. Hazard High School with a request that Hazard 
High School be placed in Class A in football. Following his 
presentation and a lengthy discussion by the Board, Ray 
Story moved, seconded by Charles Black, that the Board 
uphold the recommendation of the Football Committee as 
adopted by the Board at the November meeting and that 
the appeal be denied. The motion carried with a 
unanimous vote. 

Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise reported that the pre- 
tournament ticket sales for both boys and girls state 
basketball tournaments exceed those of last year. 

Commissioner Mills presented a request from Hazel 
Green Academy to move from Region 14, District 56 to 



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Region 16, District 61 m basketball due to a mucti closer 
geographic proximity, Pat Crawford moved, seconded by 
Ray Story, that Hazel Green be allowed to move from 
District 56 to District 61 Tfie motion carried by a vote of 5 
In favor, 1 opposed and Jotin Brock abstaining. 

Tfie Board discussed proposed cfianges to tfie 
Constitution and By-Laws as received from Principal Tom 
Hood, Dayton Higfi Scfiool, pertaining to Article IV. 
Administration and Legislation and Principal Robert 
Anderson, Casey County Higfi Scfiool, pertaining to By- 
Law 10, Undue Influence. These proposals will be 
presented to the Delegate Assembly in April, 1983. for 
consideration. 

N/lr. Mills advised the Board that the Football Committee 
met December 20, 1982, at the request of Somerset High 
School to discuss the Football alignment as previously 
adopted by the Board of Control. Mr. Mills explained that 
representatives of Corbin High School, Middlesboro High 
School. Somerset High School and Wayne County High 
School were present requesting that the Board consider a 
re-alignment of the district to which they had been 
assigned. He stated that it is the recommendation of the 
Football Committee that the request be denied. Following 
a discussion by the Board, Whaylon Coleman moved, 
seconded by Bob Rogers, that there be no changes in the 
football alignment as adopted by the Board on November 
27, 1982. The motion carried with a vote of eight in favor 
and Eldon Davidson abstaining. 

Mr. Mills then presented a letter received from the 
attorney representing the above named schools, John G 
Prather, requesting that the Board of Control waive the 
Due Process Procedure in this case and permit the case to 
be submitted to the State Board of Education Hearing 
Officer for consideration. After discussing the request. 
Bob Rogers moved that the Due Process Procedure as 
outlined in the K.H.S.A A. Constitution and By-Laws be 
followed in this case if the schools wish to appeal the 
decision made by the Board of Control on November 27, 
1982. The motion was seconded by Pat Crawford and 
carried unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout gave a report on 
the girls' slow-pitch softball program. He advised that 
there were 96 schools participating this year and that the 
regions and tournament sites would be published in the 
January issue of the "Athlete". 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that the 
next meeting of the Board of Control be held at the Hyatt 
Regency, Lexington, on March 18, 1983, at 8:00 am 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that all 
bills of the Association forthe period beginning November 
1, 1982 and ending December 31, 1982, be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously 

There being no further business, Whaylon Coleman 
moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that the meeting 
adjourn. The motion carried unanimously. 



BASEBALL 
CLINICS 



The dates for the K.H.S.A. A. Baseball Rules 
Clinics for coaches and officials are as follows: 




Feb. 14 Covington Holmes H.S. 

Feb. 21 Atherton H.S. 

March 22 Henry Clay H.S. 

March 29 Laurel County H.S. 

March 30 Hazard H.S. 

March 31 Paul Blazer H.S. 

April 4 Paducah Tilghman H.S. 

April 5 Hopklnsville H.S. 

April 6 Owensboro H.S. 

April 7 Bowling Green H.S. 

April 8 Elizabethtown H.S. 



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Feb. 14 Covington Holmes H.S. 6:00 p.m. 

Feb. 21 Atherton H.S. 6:00 p.m. 

March 22 Henry Clay H.S. 6:00 p.m. 

March 29 Hazard H.S. 6:00 p.m. 

April 6 Owensboro H.S. 6:00 p.m. 



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COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES 



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The Golf Committee met Wednesday. January 26, 198.3. at the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association Office in Lexington 
Executive Assistant, Billy Wise, called- the meeting to order at 1 30 
p.m Brigid DeVries. Assistant Commissioner, co-chaired the 
meeting Committee members present were Ernie Denham, Bill 
Johns. Bill Frost, Lou Brown and Jan Burkes, an intern student 

Assistant Commissioner Brigid DeVries gave a report on the golf 
survey Seventy schools voted for spring, seventy schools voted to 
leave it m the fall Bill Johns moved that the Golf Committee re- 
submit this to the Board of Control for another survey of schools for 
fall golf The motion was seconded by Ernie Denham and the 
motion carried 4-0 

The second item of business was Regional Tournament 
information The Committee made some minor changes in the 
information which will be sent to the schools A discussion of 
Regional Tournament sites included a recommendation that, 
whenever possible. Regional Tournaments should be alternated 
between at least two sites every other year The Jefferson County 
Regional Tournament will be held on Tuesday, May 4, due to a 
conflict with another large tournament involving its players 

Ernie Denham presented a report on the status of the golf 
program in Jefferson County A High School Junior Golf 
Foundation is being formed in an attempt to raise enough money to 
put golf back in theschool systems Depending upon the response, 
the Jefferson County School System will either have golf on a full- 
scale this spring or will continue the mini-tournaments played last 
year Mr Denham reported that by Marchi, 1983, a decision would 
be made by George Sauer. 

The third item on the agenda was a discussion of the State 
Tournament. The dates for the tournaments are May 10 and 11 The 
Boys' Tournament will be played at Anderson Golf Course in Fort 
Knox The Girls' Tournament will be at Elizabethtown Country 
Club, Elizabethtown, Kentucky The Committee reviewed the State 
Tournament information sheets and made some minor revisions 

The next item on the agenda was a discussion of the Constitution 
and By-Laws It was suggested under Article Vll that 
"summer/winter rules" be deleted and a better wording be added 

Under miscellaneous items it was agreed to have a special 
meeting after the 1 983 State Tournament to discuss the re-aligning 
of schools by region for the 1983-84 golf season 

There being no further business, the meeting ad|Ourned 



TENNIS 



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The Tennis Committee met on Tuesday. February 8. 1983. at the 
K H.S A.A Office in Lexington Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. 
DeVries called the meeting to order at 1;30 pm Committee 
members present included Jeff Fnsch. Joe Kroh. Liz Sadler, Wilson 
Sears, Margaret Sheegog and Becky Watson 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of the regional 
tournament sites which are to remain the same as last year, Ms 
DeVries then asked for comments or suggestions for Regional 
Tournament information which is to be sent to all schools After a 
discussion of the items it was suggested that the following 
paragraph be added; In case of a tie in points for second place in 
team scoring, the team having the highest percentage of games 
won during the tournament will receive second place 

Example: Team A plays 200 games - wins 100 games = 50% 
Team B plays 210 games - wins 160 games = 76% 



If the tie still remains, teams go back on the court and play a 12- 
point tiebreaker If it is still tied 2-0, then the team with the most 
points IS the winner 

Joe Kroh suggested that the K.H.S A A. print and distribute toall 
regional participants a USTA card outlining On the Court Rules". 

It was suggested that the following addition be made on the 
Regional and State Entry Forms KTA/and other types of rankings. 
Example: Regional. National, etc It was also recommended that 
the location be included 

Following a discussion of recommendations to be submitted to 
the All-Sports Committee, it was decided that the following 
stipulation be added A player must compete in four (4) or 50% of 
the team's high school matches to be eligible to participate in the 
Regional Tournament Invitational tournaments would count as 
one (1) match 

The State Tennis Tournament was the next item on the agenda. It 
was decided that the first match would beginatapproximately2:00 
p m on Thursday afternoon A meeting for coaches would be held 
attheKHSAA Office or Courtside at 100 p m on Thursday prior 
to the first match. 

It was reported that the following participated in the 1982 State 
Tournament 39 Boys' Singles 
38 Girls' Singles 
31 Boys' Doubles Teams 
28 Girls' Doubles Teams 

Committee members suggested the following additions to the 
State Information, 1) Starting times for rounds on Thursday and 
Friday 2) Definite starting times for the semi-finals and finals on 
Sa'urday so as to promote the best media coverage possible 

Asst Commissioner DeVries reported that Tennis Rule books 
would not be available until lateMayorearly June, which would not 
I ' m time for mailing to the schools this year 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned 



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TRACK AND 
FIELD 



The K H S.A A Track and Field Committee met at the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Office. Lexington, on January 25. 
1983 The meeting was called to order by Assistant Commissioner 
Brigid DeVries at 1:30 p.m. Committee members present were Bro. 
Borgia. Alice Brutscher. Susan Fetter. Jack Kaelin. Martin Mayer. 
Bob Miller. Will Pagan. Charles Ruter. Terry Wilson. Larry 
Wingfield. Reba Woodall and Jean Wright Absent was Mr John 
Gettler 

Asst Commissioner DeVries read letters received by the 
K H S A.A. from several schools requesting to hold the regional 
and/or sectional track meets. Afteradiscussion. thefollowing sites 
were suggested for approval for the regional meets: Class A (boys 
and girls) - Calloway County. Edmonson County. Bellevue, 
Woodford County, Fort Knox. Berea. Jenkins. Morehead/Raceland 
(tentative): Class AA (boys and girls) - Calloway County. Warren 
East. Bellevue. Berea. North Bullitt. Woodford County. 
Morehead/Lawrence County (tentative). Clay County, Class AAA 
(boys and girls) -Daviess County, Bullitt Central, Manual, Iroquois, 
Ballard, Southern. Lexington. The sectional sites were approved 
for the following classes: A - Daviess County. Berea. Covington 
Catholic. Clay County: AA - Daviess County. Berea. Covington 
Catholic, Clay County: AAA - Daviess County, Ballard. Ballard, 
Covington Catholic. 

Ms, DeVries reported that the All-Sports Committee had met and 
discussed the recommendations submitted by the Committee. The 
following change had been approved that the order of events for 
the State Track Meet follow the same format as recommended by 
the National Federation and listed in the Track Rule Book She also 
discussed the Limitation of Seasons as adopted by the Board of 



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Page Five 



Control in April This plan does not include the indoor track 
season 

The dales for the Kentucky High School Athletic Associatior 
Track & Field Rules Clinics for coaches and officials are as follows 

FEB 3 Thursday, St Xavier H S , Louisuille 7 00pm 

MARCH 29 Monday, Daviess County H S, Owensboro 7 00pm 

MARCH 30 Wednesday, K H S A A Office, Lexington 7 00pm 

Assistant Commissioner DeVries discussed the 1983-84 rules 
changes that were listed in the National Federation Rule Book 

Ms, DeVries read a letter from the Athletics Congress regarding a 
National Coaches Symposium to be held in Indianapolis, Indiana 
on June 14-17, 1983 She stated that a copy of the application to 
attend would be included in the information to be sent to track 
coaches 



Charlie Ruterand Alice Brutscher spoke to the committee on the 
IVIason-Dixon Games to be held on January 28 & 29 at the 
Fairgrounds in Louisville, He reported that 89 boys teams and 76 
girls teams would be participating 

Larry Wingfield agreed to head a sub-committee to study a new 
format regarding regional and sectional meets 

Recommendations by the Committee to be submitted to the 
Board of Control are as follows: 1 ) Mo\ie the State Meet to the last 
weekend in May (or extend the track season one week), 2) include 
in the State Information instructions for running the 800m relay, 
and 3) Instructions for sconng the sectional/regional meets 

The committee members were complimented for having much 
input into track concerns Members were encouraged to read and 
contribute to the Track and Field News published by Randy Crist 

There being no further business, the meeting was ad|0urned 



1983 District Basketball 
Tournament Host Schools 



Boys 



1 


Carlisle County 


33 


Lloyd Memorial 


2 


Paducah Tilghman 


34 


Holmes 


3. 


Symsonia 


35 


Bellevue 


4 


Calloway County 


36 


Highlands 


5. 


Livingston Central 


37 


Harrison County 


6. 


Union County 


38 


Deming 


7, 


Madisonville-N, H 


39 


Mason County 


8. 


Christian County 


40 


Montgomery County 


9 


Owensboro 


41 


Woodford County 


10 


Muhlenberg Central 


42 


Jessamine County 


11 


Breckinridge County 


43 


Bryan Station 


12 


Grayson County 


44 


Model Laboratory 


13 


Logan County 


45 


Danville 


14 


Warren Central (W/KU)46 


Garrard County 


15 


Glasgow 


47 


McCreary Central 


16 


Tompkinsville 


48 


Casey County 


17 


North Hardin 


49 


Rockcastle County 


18 


Green County 


50 


Lynn Camp 


19 


Nelson County 


51 


Red Bird 


20 


Marion County 


52 


Cumberland 


21 


Portland Christian 


53 


Fleming-Neon 


22 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


54 


Hazard 


23 


Fairdale 


55 


Jackson 


24 


DeSales 


56 


Powell County 


25 


Male 


57 


Paintsville 


26 


Atherton 


58 


Betsy Layne 


27 


Jeffersontown 


59 


Mullins 


28 


Eastern 


60 


Feds Creek 


29 


Bullitt Central 


61 


Morgan County 


30 


Henry County 


62 


Elliott County 


31 


Carroll County 


63 


Raceland 


32 


Grant County 


64 


Paul Blazer 



1 


Carlisle County 


33 


Lloyd Memorial 


2 


Paducah Tilghman 


34 


Holy Cross 


3, 


Symsonia 


35 


Bellevue 


4 


Calloway 


36 


Highlands 


5. 


Livingston Central 


37. 


Bourbon County 


6 


Union County 


38 


Pendleton 


7 


Madisonville - N. H 


39, 


Mason County 


8 


Christian County 


40 


Montgomery County 


9 


Owensboro 


41 


Woodford County 


10, 


Muhlenberg Central 


42 


Jessamine County 


11 


Breckinridge County 


43, 


Bryan Station 


12 


Grayson County 


44. 


Model Laboratory 


13 


Logan County 


45. 


Danville 


14 


Warren Central 


46. 


Garrard County 


15 


Glasgow 


47 


McCreary Central 


16 


Tompkinsville 


48 


Casey County 


17 


North Hardin 


49 


Rockcastle County 


18 


Green County 


50 


Lynn Camp 


19 


Nelson County 


51 


Red Bird 


20 


Marion County 


52 


Cumberland 


21 


Presentation Academy53 


Jenkins 


22 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


54 


Hazard 


23 


Fairdale 


55 


Jackson 


24 


Holy Rosary 


56 


Powell County 


25 


Mercy Academy 


57 


Paintsville 


26 


Atherton 


58 


Betsy Layne 


27 


Jeffersontown 


59 


Mullins 


28 


Eastern 


60 


Feds Creek 


29 


Bullitt Central 


61 


Morgan County 


30 


Henry County 


62 


Elliott County 


31 


Carroll County 


63 


Raceland 


32 


Scott County 


64 


Paul Blazer 



1982 Regional Basketball 
Tournament Sites 



Boys 



1. Marshall County 

2. Hopkinsville 

3. McLean County 

4. Western Kentucky University 

5. Nelson County 

6. DuPont Manual 

7. Southern 

8. Henry County 
9 Holmes 

10 Mason County 

11. Eastern Kentucky University 

12. Lincoln County 

13. Knox Central 

14. Hazard 

15 Johnson Central 

16. Morehead State University 



Girls 

1. Mayfield 

2. Madisonville - North Hopkins 
3 Muhlenberg Central 

4. Barren County 

5. Hart County 

6. Atherton 

7. Valley 

8 Shelby County 
9. Boone County 

10. Fleming County 

11. Madison Central 

12. Lincoln County 

13. Knox County Central 

14. Breathitt County 

15. Johnson Central 

16. West Carter 



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Boys' State-At-Large 

Champion 

Greenup County High School 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Tracy Ratliff, Angle Phillips (Captain), Kim Fox. Second Row: Stephanie 
Kouns, Debbie Nolte, Mitzi Cade, Nikki Myers, Tomi Markins. Third Row ( Standing): Jenny Darnell, 
Karen Roe, Missy Nolte, Kim Hunt, Erin Patterson. 



Girls' State-At-Large 

Champion 

Ashland Paul Blazer High School 




Front Row: Jessie Reynolds. Second Row (Left to Right): Tonya Taul, Wendy Wiseman. Third Row: 
Michelle Moore, Kim McComis, Meg McKinney. Fourth Row: Angle Greening, Letlcia Finley. Fifth 
Row: Karen Hoffman, Cindy Jackson. Sixth Row: Kristy Miller, Lori Morris. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1983 



Page Seven 



BOYS' "SWEET SIXTEEN " 

CHAMPIONS 

WARREN CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 



GIRLS' "SWEET SIXTEEN " 

CHAMPIONS 

MARSHALL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




(Left to Right): Tracey Martin, Elizabeth IMoss, Maria 
Decker, Deanie Grayson, Lorl Hinton, Kim Hinton, Kim 
Buchanan, Rhonda Baxter. Kim Britt. 



Splits: Annie Clayton. Standing (Left to Right): Jill Lewis, 
Missy Dawes, Joele Tynes, Dee Dee Miller. Top Row: 
Jimmilyn Young, Kristi Aldrldge, Jana Whetsell. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 

Participating cheerleader and sponsor 
registration: all cheerleading squads and/or 
sponsors are asked to stop by the KAPOS table to: 

1. Register your squad 

2. Pick up important information and materials for 
you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will be 
high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they may 
seek you and your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators. In order to make 
their task easier, we are asking that you register 
your seat, row and section number. A possible radio 
interview is often mised because the guides could 
not locate the desired person in time for the 
interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all sponsors and 
cheerleaders that KAPOS hosts a Hospitality Room 
for participating cheerleaders. We cordially invite 
you to have refreshments, socialize with friends, 
exchange ideas, and perhaps get help with your 
problems. 

"Sweet 16" Cheerleading Squads: Attention 
Princlpalsl If your team will be participating in the 
State Tournament, Included in the packet sent to 
you by the KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your 
cheerleading squad. Be sure to look for this and 
relay all information to your cheerleader sponsor. 
We request that your cheerleaders be chaperoned 
by a well qualified, school approved adult. 
Verification of this, along with yoursponsor's name, 
must be contained in the letter of confirmation 
which you will receive. This letter must be In the 
hands of a KAPOS officer prior to the time that your 
cheerleaders take the floor. 



ImportantI Please be sure that your school is a 
paid member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their 
first game in order for your squad to compete for the 
cheerleading awards In the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use 
of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which 
appears in the KAPOS Handbook. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding 
cheerleading squads with the recognition they so 
well deserve. All cheerleader awards will be 
presented between games on Friday night of the 
State Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad in the Boys' 
Sweet Sixteen will receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; 
in the Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom Mills award. The 
runner-up cheerleading squad will receive a trophy, 
with the third and fourth place squads being 
awarded plaques, in addition, the special K-Pep 
Award will be presented. All tournament 
cheerleading squads and their sponsors are asked 
to be located close to the playing floor so they can 
easily come on the floor should they be called for an 
award. 

GOVERNOR BROWN DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good 
Sportsmanship Month, KAPOS has always tried to 
put special emphasis on being a good sport at 
tournament time. Being a good sport is part of being 
a good citizen. We don't believe that good citizens 
need to be reminded to exemplify good 
sportsmanship. However, it Is especially fitting at 
tournament time to remind all citizens that it Is a 
privilege to be albe to attend the games that each 
individual can contribute to the success of the 
tournament if he will abide by the KAPOS 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1983 



(Continued from Page 7) 

Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Governor 
Brown. The Governor's proclamation is on display 
at the KAPOS table. 

STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 
squads other than those sixteen fortunate enough 
to participate with their teams in the State 
Tournament. The winner will receive the Jane Meyer 
trophy, while the runner-up will receive the 
President's Trophy. Plaques will be given to the 
third and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that are 
KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for the 
honor of representing their district in the KAPOS 
Region-At-Large cheerleading competition. The 
winner and runner-up of each district will progress 
to the region. In turn thegirls' varsity winner and the 
boys' winner and runner-up from each region is 
allowed to compete for the title of State-At-Large 
Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the Girls' State-At-Large winners will 
tal<e place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 26, in 
the Madison Central High School gymnasium, 705 
North Second Street, Richmond. Judging for the 
Boys' State-At-Large winners will take place at 8:30 
AM on Friday, March 18, and at 8:30 A.M., 
Saturday, March 19 at Lafayette High School, 
Lexington. The public is invited to these 
outstanding events. The admission charge of $2.00 
will go toward the expenses of the KAPOS 



scholarship award, details of which are supplied 
below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will be 
awarded to the top four squads, in addition to 
several special awards. 

NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel to help at 
the tournament. This involves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated persons who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided thay get a release from their 
administrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is 
seeking your understanding and cooperation 
should you be asked to release a teacher from his or 
her duties to help carry on the work that KAPOS is 
doing to make cheerleading a worthwhile 
educational experience in the State of Kentucky. 

STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. 
Gilb Scholarship to an outstanding and well- 
deserving cheerleader from Kentucky. One of your 
cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship winner, 
so get your applications in early. Applications must 
be turned in no later than April 15. Contact a KAPOS 
board member or officer for application forms, or 
pick them up at the State Tournament KAPOS 
Table. 



Be A Good 
Sport 




Back Your 
School 



PORTRAITS 

by James J. Metcalf 

Cheerleaders seem to have such fun 

As they jump up and down 

To draw the roars that often help 

The team achieve renown. 

And surely they enjoy it but 

It is not childish play 

For they must practice their routines 

For hours, day by day. 

Their task requires patience and 

A lot of energy 

To get the stands to yell or sing 

In perfect harmony. 

They go all out to boost morale 

That may decide the game 

But ask no recognition, and 

acquire little fame. 

And so it should be all through life 

To bring a brighter dawn 

Good cheer that somehow may 

Help someone to carry on. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1983 



Page Nine 



1983 

SOFTBALL REGIONAL 
REALIGNMENT 



^ 



Central Jefferson Region Hazard Region 



Atherton 
Brown 
Central 
Evangel 

Louisville Collegiate 
*Male 
Manual 
Mercy 
Moore 

Presentation 
Portland Christian 
Shawnee 

Conner Region 

Boone County 
*Conner 
Dixie Heights 
Gallatin County 
Lloyd Memorial 
Simon-Kenton 
Walt on- Verona 
Williamstown 

East Jefferson Region 

Assumption 
Ballard 

Christian Academy 
Eastern 
Fern Creek 

Kentucky Country Day 
Jefferson town 
Sacred Heart 
*Seneca 
Waggener 
Walden 

Green County Region 

Clinton County 
Gamaliel 
*Green County 
Metcalf County 



Buckhorn 
Dilce Combs 
Feds Creek 
Hazard 
Hazel Green 
Knott County Central 
Lawrence County 
Leslie County 
Letcher County 
M.C. Napier 
*Phelps 
Sheldon Clark 

Lexington Region 

Bryan Station 
Clark County 
Estill County 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 

Scott County 
Tates Creek 
^Woodford County 

Holmes Region 

Beechwood 
*Holmes 
Holy Cross 
Notre Dame 
Scott 
Villa Madonna 

Dayton Region 

Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
*Dayton 
Highlands 
Newport 

Our Lady of Providence 
Pendleton County 
Silver Grove 



Oldham County Region 

Bethlehem 
Bullitt East 
East Hardin 
Fort Knox 
North Bullitt 
North Hardin 
*01dham County 
Spencer County 
West Hardin 

O neida Region 

Evarts 
Lynn Camp 
*Oneida 
Red Bird 

West Jefferson Region 

Angela Merici 
Beth Haven 
Butler 
Doss 
*Fairdale 
Holy Rosary 
Iroquois 
Ninth & 

Pleasure Ridge Park 
Southern 
Valley 
Western 

West Kentucky Region 

*Apollo 
Ballard Memorial 
Daviess County 
Dawson Springs 
Fordsville 
Frederick Fraize 
Heath 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 
Paducah Tilghman 
Providence 
Trinity (Whitesville) 



^Indicates Regional Sites for the 1983 Regional Tournament 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1983 



1983 


MARCH 


1983 


SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 






1 


2 


3 

Basketball Tournan 


4 


5 










6 

Basketball 

Reponal 

Drawing 

Host School 


7 


8 


9 

, Regional Basketbi 


10 

11 Tniirnaments 


11 


12 












13 


14 


15 


16 


1 -7 Ky. Ass'n 
' ' Secondary 
School Athletic 

Directors 
Boys' State Basket 


18 


19 








20 


21 

Nafl Fed. Pari II 
Baseball & 
Track Exam 


r\rt S(.iih.,M 
ZZ ( 

] 1' M 

Baseball Clinic 
Uxington 
7;30 P.M. 


23 


24 

Girls' State Baske 


25 


26 










27 


^r*% Baseball 

ZO c;i,n,c 

Ijondon 
7;30 P.M. 
Track Clinic 
Owensboro 
7;00 P.M. 


29 ^.'■;;;;;," 

1.0(1 1- .M 
Baseball Clinic 
Hazard 
7:30 P.M. 


— _. Baseball 
OU Clinic 

Paintsville 
7:30 P.M. 
Track Clinic 
Lexington 
7:00 P.M. 


31 

Baseball Clinic 
Ashland 
7:30 P.M. 










THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1983 



Page Eleven 



1983 


APRIL 


1983 


SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRffiAY 


SATURDAY 












1 


2 

State Rine 
Marksmanship 
State Fencing 
Tournament 


3 


4 

Baseball Clinic 
PadUcah 
7:30 P.M. 


5 

Baseball Clinic 

Hopkinsville 

7:30 P.M. 


, SnhlMll 

O ( 

1, 'd I' \1 

Baseball Clinic 
Owensboro 
7:30 P.M. 


7 

Baseball Clinic 

Bowling Green 

7:30 P.M. 


8 

Baseball Clinic 

Ebzabethtown 

7:30 P.M. 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 

Delegate 

Assembly Meeting 

Lexington 

11:00 A.M. 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 





MAY 



1983 



WKDNKSDAY 



THURSDAY 



7 



Athletic Directors 



Conference Kxecut 
Regional Golf 
Tournaments 



.District Hasebal 



Regional Track 
Meets 



8 



15 



22 



29 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



Slate Golf "ournamenl 



-Regi 



Girls Regional Softjball Tournaments 
nal Baseball Toi 



Semi Final of 

State 
Track Meet 



16 



23 

Send Basketball 
Schedule to 
Assigning 
Secretary 



30 



17 



24 



31 



18 



25 



19 



20 



^ I Finals ol 



First Roi 
Baseball 



State 
Track Meets 



of State 
'ournaments 

Regional Tenn s Tournaments 
Girls' State Softball Tournaments 



26 



27 



28 



Tournamentsi— 

SemiFinal ani 

Baseball T< 



Final State 
Lirnaments 
' Tennis Tourna 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1983 



^ 



1982-83 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK AND FIELD 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book, Page 35 — Rule reference in NOTE should be 2-2-3 

Case Book Revisions, 

Pages 23. 24 - Change all 4-5-6 rule references to 4-5-8 in S R 4 5 6A, C, E, F, G and H 

Pages 31. 32 — In S R 5 9 2A, delete everything m ruling beyond first sentence and add; 'Whether Team A may substitute another competitor for 

A1 will depend on whether additional names appeared on their entry card " 

In S R 5 9.2B. change ruling to read "No violation in (a) Also no violation in (b) if the substitute was one of the six permitted original entries " 

In S R. 5. 9. 2D, delete in ruling, "with or without a physician's certification" 



SITUATION #1: After assuming the set position and prior to the firing of 
the gun. four competitors leave their marks (a) simultaneously, or (b) 
almost simultaneously 

RULING: All four will be disqualified in (a) In (b) the starter will have to 
determine which competitors have committed a false start and if any of the 
additional competitors left their marks becausethey were disconcerted by 
the actions of the runners committing the false start. If the latter is true, 
then those competitors who were drawn into the false start would not be 
disqualified (5-7-4) 

SITUATION #2: A conference or league decides they will permit a 
maximum of four entries per school in (a) dual or triangular meets, or (b) in 
their league or conference meet involving eight schools. 
RULING: Legal in (a): illegal in (b) (4-2-3) 

COMMENT: While state associations, or in the absence of a state 
association rule, individual conferences or leagues, may adopt a more 
permissive policy concerning the number of entries in dual or triangular 
meets. Rule4-2-3 states in part, "However, in meets involving fourormore 
schools, not more than three competitors from a given school shall be 
allowed to start in any individual event" State associations, conferences or 
leagues may adopt a more restrictive limitation on the number of entries, 
but not one that would exceed the maximum of three competitors from a 
given school, in meets involving tour or more schools 
SITUATION #3: Prior to the beginning of competition in the high jump. Al 
notifies the judge that he'she wishes to pass until the bar reaches 6'6" 
When the bar is raised to 6'4". A1 requests permission to jump (a) prior to 
the beginning of the competition at 6'4", or (b) after competition has begun 
at that height, or (c) after competition in A's flight at 6'4" has been 
completed 

RULING: Legal in (a) In (b) A1 will be permitted to take his/her regular 
position in the order of trials If his/her position has been passed during, 
say the first round of trials. Al will have two remaining trials at 6'4" If A1 
misses both trials, he/she will have one trial remaining at the next 
succeeding height. In (c) Al cannot begin competition until the next 
height (7-3-8) 

SITUATION #4: In a district track meet A2 is leading when B2 steps on the 
leader's heel, causing both runners to fall to the track They get back to 
their feet and finish the lap. and at the end of the race. Team A finishes last 
and IS out of contention for a qualifying spot in the state final The referee 
disqualifies Team B Following the meet, the coach of Team A protests that 
B's interference prevented his team from qualifying for the state meet and 
feels the team should be allowed to participate in the state final meet 
RULING: There is no rule support to honor this protest Theonly way Team 
a could have qualified would have been for the referee to order a rerun of 
the race Because the violation occurred in the middle of the second lap of 
a qualifying heat, there was no way the referee could have equitably 
rectified Team A's misfortune without penalizing the other teams running 
in the same heat. (See guidelines for rerunning a race on page 70 in rule 
book ) 

SITUATION #5: Following the 4 x 200 meter relay, which involved teams 
from schools A, B and C. Team A is disqualified for an illegal exchange and 
Team B is disqualified for throwing the baton It is then called to the 
attention of the referee that the race was started from the wrong staggered 
starting lines 

RULING: Teams A and B will not be eligible to participate in the rerun of 
the race 

COMMENT: While technically Team C would have to rerun the race to be 
credited with an official time, if an official-time is not necessary (for 
qualifying, placing or record purposes), the referee may find it more 
practical to just declare Team C the winner This is especially true if their 
starting line caused them to run a distance greater than 800 meters 
SITUATION #6: During the shuttle hurdle relay race, one of the hurdles is 
inadvertently removed from Team A's lane Team A finishes as the 
apparent winner of the race 

RULING: The referee will order the race to be rerun and. barring any 
infractions by a member of one of the participating teams, will permit all 
teams who started the first race to participate in the substitute race The 
referee will determine the amount of "rest " time necessary before the race 



Is rerun Only those teams who participate in the rerun would be eligible to 
earn points in the shuttle hurdle relay (3-4-3. S.R. 3 4 3D and 3 4.3E) 
SITUATION #7: In the shuttle hurdle relay race. Team A is running in lanes 
1 and 2 A2. running the second leg. hits a hurdle that spins into lane 1. 
knocking down a hurdle in that lane The hurdle setter rushes onto the 
track to reset thehurdlein lane 1 asA3 is bearing down on himThe hurdle 
is set backwards, and A3 hits the hurdle, causing the gate to raise up and 
catch his trail leg He staggers, swears loudly, but finishes the race. Tne 
referee disqualifies Team A for the unsportsmanlike conduct of A3 The 
coach of Team A protests that a management error (the improperly set 
hurdle) should allow his team to rerun the race with a substitute runner for 
A3, who has been disqualified 

RULING: The appeal will be denied (4-5-1. 5-9-2. S R. 4 5. IB) 
COMMENT: There is no rule support or precedent for allowing a team to 
substitute another runner for a disqualified competitor Although it has no 
bearing on the ruling, it is questionable whether this could be classified as 
an incident caused by management errorTeam A is the one who knocked 
the hurdle down in the first place, and anyone familiar with shuttle hurdle 
relays is aware of the possibility that due to time, or the path of other 
competitors, it may not always be possible to reset a hurdle that has been 
knocked down or out of line. 

SITUATION #8: During the invitational track and field meet, there is a 
change in wind direction and velocity that appears to severely handicap 
competitors in the pole vault event The facilities are such that it is possible 
to change the direction of the approach The judge decides to (a) poll the 
remaining competitors to see whether they would like to have the 
standards moved so the approach would be from the opposite direction, or 
(b) consult with the head field judge, referee or games committee to get 
their decision as to whether the direction of the approach should be 
changed 

RULING: It is the primary responsibility of the games committee, or in the 
absence of a games committee, the meet referee, to decide this question 
(3-2-1, 3-2-2, 3-2-3e. f. h. 3-2-4c, 3-2-6) 

COMMENT: It would be extremely poor practice to involve competitors or 
coaches in an administrative decision that rightfully belongs to the 
officials mentioned above Whenever a change in direction such as this is 
made, if at all possible, it should be made in fairness to all competitors, 
such as at the beginning of a new height, or at the end of one round of trials. 
so all competitors have the same number of trials at the old or new 
direction The same would apply if the direction of running were changed 
between the preliminaries and the finals in events such as the 100 meter 
dash or 1 10 meter high hurdles. This may not always be possible; should a 
meet be suspended due to a weather emergency, it may be necessary to 
resume competition in the middle of a round of trials and in the opposite 
direction 

SITUATION #9: Al is attempting to break the state record of 6'10" in the 
high jump Prior to the attempt, the bar has been measured at B'lO-'"' 
After Al has successfully cleared the bar. the bar is remeasured and the 
new measurement reads (a) 6'9- "'. or (b) B'lO'.-". 

RULING: In (a) the recorded height will be 6'9:'"' In (b) the recorded 
height will be 6'10'"' (7-3-14. 7-3-15) 

COMMENT: Rule 7-3-14 stipulates that measurements shall be made both 
before and after a record attempt The intent in the rule is that if there is a 
discrepancy in these two measurements, the official height shall be the 
lower of the two. measured to the lesser 'a inch or centimeter, or it would 
serve no purpose to require both measurements 

SITUATION #10: Entries are limited to no more than four events Al has 
already participated in two running events and has begun competition in 
two field events when Team As 400 meter relay team reports to the clerk of 
course Al 's name appears as one of the allowable six entries forthe relay 
RULING: Al is not eligible and must be scratched If Al does participate, 
knowingly or unknowingly, the relay team would be disqualified. Al would 
no longer be able to participate in the field events and any places or points 
won by Al would be forfeited, (4-2-1. 5-9-2) 



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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 7 



MARCH, 1983 



$5.00 Per Year 




1983 
ANNUAL 
MEETING 



The business meeting of the Delegate Assembly 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
will be held on Friday, April 15, 1983, at 11:00 a.m. at 
the K.H.S.A.A. office building, 560 East Cooper 
Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, the following proposalsfor 
changes in the rules of the Association, to be acted 
upon at the annual meeting, are hereby submitted to 
all members of the K.H.S.A.A. for their information. 
No proposals other than these may be considered at 
the Annual Meeting, except by a two-thirds vote of 
the delegates. 

PROPOSAL I 
Principal Thomas L. Hood of Dayton High School 
proposes that the following changes be made in 
Article IV of the Constitution of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association. 

ARTICLE IV: ADMINISTRATION AND LEGISLATION 

Section 1 — Officers (Be changed to read) 

The officers of the Association shall be a Commissioner 
and a Board of Control composed of eighteen (18) 
members, at least two (2) shall be black. 

Section 2 — Procedures of Election & Board of Control 

(Shall be changed to read:) 
B. Board of Control 

1. Members of the Board of Control shall be elected 
for a period of four (4) years by a vote of the repre- 
sentatives of member schools m each region, 

2. There shall be one (1) member from each of the 
sixteen (16) basketball regions. 

3. In addition there shall be two (2) blacks elected 
(Federal Court Decree), one (1) shall be elected to 
represent Regions 1 through 8 and one (1 ) shall be 
elected to represent Regions 9 through 16 

4. All Board of Control members shall be full-time 
certified employees of their respective Boards of 
Education. 

5. Notifications to the Representatives of each 
school in each Region, in which the member is to 
be elected, must be made by the Commissioner 
not later than January 1. 

6. To be eligible for membership to the Board of 
Control, one must be a certified employee of an 
accredited K.H.S.A.A. memberschool orsystem in 
the region he/she is to represent and must remain 
in that region during his/herterm of office. Serving 
in a part-time capacity or on leaveof absenceoron 
sick leave in any of these capacities will terminate 
the eligibility of the member and the remaining 
members of the Board shall fill the vacancy within 
sixty (60) days in the same manner as that 
prescribed for the regular election of the Board 
Members. 

7. Nominations for membership on the Board of 
Control, signed by five (5) representatives of their 



region, shall be in the hands of the Commissioner, 
for regions that elect during the year, not later than 
midnight January 31. 

8. Ballots for election shall be distributed by the 
Commissioner before February 15, and returned 
on or before March 1 , 

9, Results of the election be tabulated by the 
Commissioner, announced at the meeting of the 
Delegate Assembly, and published in the April 
issue of the "Athlete". 

10. Terms of Board Members shall be staggered so 
that four (4) will be elected each year, 

11, At the Organization Meeting in July, the members 
of the Board of Control shall elect from their 
membership a President and Vice-President to 
serve for one (1 ) year They shall not be eligible to 
serve for more than two (2) one-year terms in 
succession. The Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion shall designate a liaison person to meet with 
the Board of Control to participate in all 
discussion but to have no vote as a member of the 
Board of Control. 

PROPOSAL II 

Principal Robert L. Anderson of Casey County 
High School proposes that By-Law 10, Undue 
Influence be changed to read: 

The use of undue influence by any person connected 
with a member school to secure or retain a student or his 
parents shall cause the student to be ineligible for one 
year. The Commissioner's office and Board of Control may 
penalize the offending school up to one year if school 
officials fail to deal with violation within their system. 

In order to help deter undue influence, the following 
criteria may be used: (1 ) the status of guardianship must 
be established prior to a change of residence; or (2) any 
court order establishing placement of student must be 
made prior to the change of residence of a student. 

RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP INFORMATION 

Rifle Marksmanship will be held at Jeffersontown 
High School, Jeffersontown, Kentucky. Starting 
time is to be at 8:00 a.m. on April 2, 1983. For 
information contact Robert Ebert, USMC (Ret.), at 
Jeffersontown High School, who will manage the 
Meet. The following schools have indicated they will 
have rifle marksmanship: 

Belfry Fort Knox Nicholas Co. 

Bourbon Co. Greenup Owensboro 

Bowling Green Iroquois Paul Blazer 

Breathitt Co. Jeffersontown Seneca 

Calloway Co. Male Whitley Co. 

Eastern M.M.I. 

INFORMATION FENCING V 



The State Fencing Meet will be held at Atherton 
High School, Louisville, Kentucky on April 2, 1983, 
registration is at 10:00 a.m. The tournament will be 
held in the summer auditorium. 

(continued on Page Two) 



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PAGE TWO 



MARCH, 1983 VOL. XLIV, NO. 7 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to : 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGiD L. DeVRiES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President — Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 
Vice President — Robie Harper (1979-1983) Drakesboro 
Directors — Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, John 
Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman (1980- 

1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Cravs/ford (1982-1986) 
Louisville, Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981- 

1985) Barlow, Ray Story (1982-1986); Conley Manning, 
State Department of Education Representative. 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 



(continued from Page One) 

For more information contact W.E. Long, Myers 
Middle School, Louisville, Kentucky 40218; 
502/456-5510. 

The following schools have indicated they will 
have fencing; 

Atherton, Fort Knox, McCreary Central, Male, 
Oneida Baptist Institute, Sacred Heart, Seneca. 



1983 GIRLS' GOLF REGIONS 

Caldwell Co. Region— (Al Giordano, Caldwell Co. H.S.) — 
Ballard Mem., Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Central City, 
Christian Co., Crittenden Co., Fort Campbell, Greenville, 
Henderson Co., Hickman Co., Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, 
Lyon Co., Madisonville-No. Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, 
Ohio Co., Paducah Tilghman. Reidland, St. Mary, Union 
Co., Webster Co. 

Bowling Green Region — (Bill Jones, Glasgow H.S.) — 
Allen Co., Apollo, Barren Co., Bowling Green, Caverna, 
Clinton Co , Daviess Co., Edmonson Co., Franklin-Sim., 
Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hart Co., Owensboro, Russellville, 
Tompkinsville, Warren Central, Warren East 

Louisville Region — (Matilda Walker, Waggener H.S.) — 
Atherton, Ballard, Butler, Central, Collegiate, Doss, 
duPont Manual, Durrett, Iroquois, Eastern, Ky. Country 
Day, Male, PI. Ridge Pk., Sacred Heart, Shawnee, 
Southern, Stuart, Thomas Jefferson, Valley, Waggener, 
Western, V\/estport 

Elizabethtown Region— (Pat Wise, Elizabethtown H.S.) — 
Adair Co., Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle Co., 
Breckinridge Co., Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Campbells- 
ville, Danville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, Green 
Co., Hancock Co., Harrodsburg, LaRue Co., Marion Co., 



Meade Co., Mercer Co., Nelson Co., North Hardin, Taylor 
Co., Washington Co., West Hardin 

Covington Region — (Geroge Gartner, Scott H.S.) — 
Beechwood, Boone Co., Carroll Co., Campbell Co., 
Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Eminence, Highlands, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Mem., Oldham Co., Owen Co., 
Notre Dame, Scott, Silver Grove, Trimble Co., Villa 
Madonna, Williamstown 

Woodford Co. Region — (Lou Brown, Jessamine Co. H.S.) 
— Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co., George R. Clark, 
Henry Clay, Jessamine Co., Lafayette, Lex. Catholic, 
Paris, Scott Co., Shelby Co., Tales Creek, Western Hills, 
Woodford Co. 

Richmond Region — (Tish Carr, Model H.S.) — Berea, 
Belfry, Casey Co., Cawood, Corbin, Cumberland, Garrard 
Belfry, Casey Co., Cawood, Corbin, Cumberland, Estill 
Co., Garrard Co., Harlan, Jenkins, Knox Central, Laurel 
Co., Lee Co., Lincoln Co., Lynch, McCreary Cent., 
Madison Central, Model, Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski Co., 
Russell Co., Somerset, Wayne Co. 

Montgomery Co. Region— (Julie Kinney, Mason Co. H.S.) 
—Boyd Co., East Carter, Fleming Co., Harrison Co., 
Hazard, Johnson Central, McDowell, Mason Co., 
Maysville, Montgomery Co., Nicholas Co., Paintsville, Paul 
Blazer, Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan Co., St. Patrick, 
University Breckinridge 

State Manager: Bill Frost, Washington Co. H.S., 
Lincoln Park Road, Springfield, Kentucky 



1983 BOYS' GOLF REGIONS 

Lake Barkley Region — (Buddy Perry, Trigg Co. Schools) 
— Ballard Mem., Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
Co., Crittenden Co., Ft. Campbell, Fulton, Hickman Co., 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Marshall Co., Mayfield, Murray, 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, Todd Central, 
Trigg Co., University Heights 

Owensboro Region — (Ron Peyton, Owensboro H.S.) — 
Apollo, Breckinridge Co., Central City, Daviess Co., 
Greenville, Hancock Co., Henderson Co., Madisonville- 
No. Hopkins, Meade Co., Ohio Co., Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, Providence, South Hopkins, Union 
Co., Webster Co. 

Bowling Green Region — (Danny Spillman, Bowling 
Green H.S.) — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling Green, 
Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Caverna, Clinton Co., East 
Hardin, Edmonson Co., Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, Franklin- 
Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Grayson Co., Hart Co., 
LaRue Co., North Bullitt, North Hardin, Russellville, 
Tompkinsville, Warren East, Warren Central, West Hardin 

West Jefferson Region — (Steve Reed, Western H.S., 
Louisville) — Beth Haven, Bishop David, Butler, Central, 
DeSales, Doss, Evangel, Fairdale, Iroquois, Marion Co., 
Moore, Pleasure R. Park, Shawnee, Southern, 

Thomas Jefferson, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — (Marty Donlon, St. Xavier H.S.) — 
Atherton, Ballard, duPont Manual, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Ky. Country Day, Male, St. Xavier, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener 

Covington (Wheatley) Region — (Tom Sibley, Trimble 
Co. H.S.) — Beechwood, Boone Co., Carroll Co., Conner, 
Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie Heights, 
Gallatin Co., Holmes, Holy Cross. Lloyd Memorial, 
Ludlow, Owen Co., St. Henry, Scott, Simon-Kenton, 
Trimble Co., Walton-Verona 

Campbell Co. Region — (Tom Hummel/Carl Wenderoth, 
3057 Magnolia Ct., Edgewood, Kentucky 41017) — 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1983 



PAGE THREE 



Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Campbell Co.. Dayton, Fleming 
Co., Grant Co., Highlands, Lewis Co., Ludlow, Mason Co.. 
Maysville, Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendleton Co.. St. 
Patrick, Silver Grove. Williamstown 

Frankfort Region — (Joe Rogers, Western Hills) — 
Bourbon Co., Bryan Station, Eminence, Frankfort, 
Franklin Co.. George R. Clark. Harrison Co.. Henry Clay. 
Henry Co.. Lafayette, Lexington Catholic. Montgomery 
Co.. Nicholas Co.. Oldham Co., Paris. Sayre. Scott Co.. 
Shelby Co.. Tates Creek. Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

Jessamine Co. Region— (Ray Hager. Jessamine Co. H.S.) 
— Adair Co., Anderson Co., Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle 
Co., Burgin. Campbellsville. Casey Co., Danville, Garrard 
Co., Green Co., Harrodsburg. Jessamine Co., LaRue Co., 
Lincoln Co., Marion Co., Mercer Co., Nelson Co.. Russell 
Co.. Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford Co. 



London Region — (Ray Vater, Laurel Co. H.S.) — Berea, 
Corbin, Cumberland, Estill Co., Harlan, Hazard, Knox 
Central, Laurel Co., Lee Co., Lynch, McCreary Cent., 
Madison Central, Middlesboro. Model, Monticello, 
Pineville. Pulaski Co.. Somerset. Wayne Co., Williamsburg 

Paintsville Region — (Walter Brugh, Paintsville H.S.) — 
Belfry. Betsy Layne. Boyd Co., East Carter. Fairview, 
Greenup Co., Elkhorn City, Holy Family. Jenkins, Johnson 
Central. McDowell. Pamtsville. Paul G. Blazer, Phelps, 
Pikeville. Prestonsburg. Raceland, Rowan Co., Russell, 



State Manager: John Hackett, 830 McCullum Avenue, 
Elizabethtown, 42701. Coordinator: Ernie Denham, 3717 
Taylorsville Road, #109. Louisville 40220. 



1983 STATE WRESTLING RESULTS 
Individual Weight Class Winners 




FRONT ROW (Left to Right): 98 - Joe Rudd, Union Co.; 105 - Brandy Landley, Louisville Doss; 1 12 - Jay Heickelback, 
Louisville Doss; 119 - James Smith, Union Co.; 126 - David Greathouse, Henry Clay; 132 - Tim Cole, Conner; 138 - 
Troy Cole, Conner. SECOND ROW: Hwt. - Phillip Shipp, Jeffersontown; 185 - Greg Selby, Danville; 167 - Larry Little, 
Jeffersontown; 155 - Strawn Nutter, Boone Co.; 145 - Jeff Merritt, Hopkinsville; 138 - Troy Cole, Conner. 



TEAM STANDINGS 

Conner 95y2 

Campbell County 91 '/2 

Union County 76 

Hopkinsville 72 

Harrison County 7072 

Louisville Doss 66'/2 

Jeffersontown 62 

Boone County 48'/2 

Trinity 47 

Danville 44 



MOST VALUABLE WRESTLER 




strawn Nutter, Boone County 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1983 



STATE GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONS — 1983 
Marion County High School - Boys 




FRONT ROW (Left to Right): Ron Railey, Eric Rayburn, Mike Railey, Pat Clark. SECOND ROW: Shannon Lampley, 
Ricky Railey, Jody Leake, Lamont Kendrick, Danny Murphy (Mgr.), Bob Sanderson 



STATE GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONS — 1983 
Lafayette High School - Girls 




FRONT ROW (Lett to Right): Lavon Long, Elaine Allen, Paige Wilhite, Lynn Jones, Susan Mashako. SECOND ROW: 
Pam Kazee (Asst. Coach), Maribeth Anderson, Amy Tassie, Ashley Seltsam, Tom Fee (Coach). 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1983 



PAGE FIVE 



1983 STATE GYMNASTICS RESULTS 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, was the site for the Gym nasties com petition held on February 19, 
1983. Alane Mills managed the Girls' Tournament and Jim Nance managed the Boys' Tournament. Dr. Gerald 
Calkin was the overall meet manager. Dr. Hal Holmes was In charge of officials. 



BOYS' RESULTS 



Team Finish: 

Marion County 
Bryan Station 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Henry Clay 
Pendleton Co. 

Vaulting: 

1. Mike Railey 
2 S, Zeigler 

3. J, Collins 

4, D. O'Brien 
S. Conley 

6 G Miller 
J, Clark 

Parallel Bars: 

1 G Buchanan 

2. Mike Railey 

3. G. Miller 

4. P. Clark 

5. M. Grimes 
6 T Drake 

High Bar: 

1 Mike Railey 

2 G Buctianan 

3 G. Miller 

4. T Tichenor 

5. E. Hampton 
J Collins 







Floor Exercise: 


116,33 




1 Mike Railey 


113.72 




2. G. Miller 


111.325 




3. S. Zeigler 


98.02 




4 G Buchanan 


59.29 




5 D Dixon 


40.00 




6. M Grimes 
Rings: 


Marion County 


8.65 


1 Mike Railey 


Silver Grove 


8.60 


2. G Miller 


Lafayette 


8.50 


3 G Buchanan 


Lafayette 


8.40 


4 S. Melhaus 


Tates Creek 


8.40 


5 T Tichenor 


Bryan Station 


8.35 


6. G. Omvig 


Lafayette 


8.35 


Pommel Horse: 


Lafayette 


765 


1 G Buchanan 


Marion County 


7 35 


2 Mike Railey 


Bryan Station 


7.25 


3 P. Clark 


Marion County 


5 90 


4 G. Miller 


Lafayette 


4 90 


J Leake 


Bryan Station 


4.85 


6 J Clark 
Ail-Around: 


Marion County 


5.40 


1 Mike Railey 


Lafayette 


5.25 


2 G Miller 


Bryan Station 


5.00 


3 G. Buchanan 


Bryan Station 


4.95 


4 E. Hampton 


Tates Creek 


4.80 


5. J Schneider 


Lafayette 


4.80 


6 Ricky Railey 



Marion County 


8.95 


Bryan Station 


660 


Silver Grove 


8.30 


Lafayette 


725 


Henry Clay 


7 15 


Lafayette 


680 


Marion County 


770 


Bryan Station 


6.40 


Lafayette 


575 


Bryan Station 


4.80 


Bryan Station 


4.60 


Lafayette 


4 50 


Lafayette 


685 


Marion County 


655 


Marion County 


585 


Bryan Station 


530 


Marion County 


530 


Bryan Station 


5.20 


Marion County 


44 60 


Bryan Station 


40 90 


Lafayette 


40.35 


Tates Creek 


33 15 


Tates Creek 


31 40 


Marion County 


30.25 



GIRLS' RESULTS 



Team Finish: 






Floor Exercise: 






Lafayette 


143.25 




1 Maureen Hall 


Presentation 


880 


Tates Creek 


142.45 




Carrie Chaney 


Tates Creek 


8 80 


Presentation 


140.35 




3 Jennie Wilson 


Ky. Country Day 


8.55 


Ky. Country Day 


132.70 




4 Cindy Jasper 


Tates Creek 


8.50 


Mercy 


95 95 




5 Ann Kern 


Mercy 


8.35 








6. Kim Magre 


Mercy 


8.20 


Vaulting: 






Balance Beam: 






1. Kim Magre 


Mercy 


9.00 


1. Maureen Hall 


Presentation 


850 


2. Maureen Hall 


Presentation 


8.65 


2. Ann Kern 


Mercy 


810 


3 Cindy Jasper 


Tates Creek 


8.40 


3 Susan Meshako 


Lafayette 


7 85 


4. Meribeth Anderson 


Lafayette 


8.35 


4. Mary Ann Jaggers 


Mercy 


7 70 


5. Jennie Wilson 


Ky. Country Day 


8.20 


5. Diane Seay 


Presentation 


7.65 


6. Ann Kern 


Mercy 


8.15 


6. Jane Baines 


Presentation 


745 


Uneven Bars: 






Ail-Around: 






1. Cindy Jasper 


Tates Creek 


870 


1 Maureen Hall 


Presentation 


34.55 


2. Maureen Hall 


Presentation 


8.60 


2. Ann Kern 


Mercy 


32.70 


Jennie Wilson 


Ky. Country Day 


8.60 


3. Kim Marge 


Mercy 


32.25 


4. Kim Magre 


Mercy 


8.50 


4 Jennie Wilson 


Ky Country Day 


32.15 


5. Carrie Chaney 


Tates Creek 


8.45 


5 Carrie Chaney 


Tates Creek 


32.00 


6. Diane Seay 


Presentation 


8.25 


6 Cindy Jasper 


Tates Creek 


31.90 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1983 



1983 Baseball 
District and Regional 




REGION 1 

District 1: Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman, 
Reidland, St. Mary 

District 2: Fancy Farm, Farmington, Lowes, Mayfield, 
Wingo, Symsonia 

District 3: Ballard Memorial, Carlisle Co., Fulton Co., 
Hickman Co., Fulton 

REGION 2 

District 4: Christian Co., Ft. Campbell, Hopkinsville, 
Trigg Co., Todd Co. Central 

District 5: Caldwell Co., Crittenden Co., Livingston 
Central, Lyon Co. 

District 6: Marshall Co., Calloway Co., Murray 

REGION 3 

District 7: Henderson Co., Providence, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

Districts: Dawson Springs, McLean Co.. Madisonville- 
N. Hopkins, South Hopkins. West Hopkins 

District 9: Apollo, Daviess Co., Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic 

REGION 4 

District 10: Breman. Central City. Drakesboro, Graham, 
Greenville, Hughes-Kirk, Muhlenberg Central 

District 11: Breckinridge Co., Fordsville, Hancock Co., 
Ohio Co., St. Romuald, Frederick Fraize, Trinity 
(Whitesville) 

District 12: Butler Co., Grayson Co . Edmonson Co. 

REGIONS 

District 13: Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Potter, 
Warren Central, Warren East 

District 14: Adairville, Auburn, Lewisburg, Russellville, 
Todd Co Central 

District 15: Allen Co., Barren Co., Glasgow 

District 16: Clinton Co., Cumberland Co., Gamaliel, 
Metcalfe Co., Tompklnsville 

REGION 6 

District 17: East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Meade Co., North Hardin, West Hardin 

District 18: Adair Co., Campbellsville, Marion Co., 
Taylor Co. 

District 19: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Bullitt Central, 
Nelson Co., North Bullitt, Washington Co., Bullitt East 

District 20: Caverna, Green Co., Hart Co., LaRue Co. 

REGION 7 
District 21: Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure Ridge Park, 

Western 

District 22: DeSales, Iroquois, Southern 
District 23: Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale, Valley 
District 24: Central, Portland Christian, Evangel, 

Shawnee 

REGIONS 

District 25: duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier, Ninth & O 
Christian 

District 26: Ballard, Eastern, Waggener 

District 27: Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Marion C. Moore 

District 28: Atherton, Christian Academy, Kentucky 
Country Day, Seneca, Trinity 

REGION 9 

District 29: Boone Co., Conner, Dixie Heights, Lloyd 
Memorial, St. Henry, Simon-Kenton 

District 30: Bellevue, Dayton, Newport, Newport 
Catholic 

District 31: Bishop Brossart, Campbell Co., Highlands, 
Silver Grove, Scott 



District 32: Beechwood, Covington Catholic, Holmes, 
Holy Cross, Ludlow 

REGION 10 

District 33; Grant Co., Pendleton Co., Walton Verona, 
Williamstown, Deming 

District 34: Carroll Co., Eminence, Gallatin Co., Henry 
Co., Owen Co., Trimble Co. 

District 35: Augusta, Bracken Co., Fleming Co., Lewis 
Co., Mason Co., Maysville, St. Patrick, Tollesboro 

REGION 11 

District 36: Frankfort, Franklin Co., Scott Co., Western 
Hills 

District 37: Bourbon Co., Harrison Co., Millersburg 
Military Inst., Nicholas Co., Paris 

District 38: Oldham Co., Shelby Co., Spencer Co. 

District 39: Anderson Co., Harrodsburg, Mercer Co., 
Woodford Co., Burgin 

REGION 12 

District 40: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Tates Creek 

District 41: Boyle Co., Danville, Garrard Co., Jessamine 
Co., Casey Co. 

District 42: Berea, Estill Co., Madison, Madison Central, 
Model 

REGION 13 

District 43: Pulaski Co., Somerset, Lincoln Co., Russell 
Co. 

District 44: McCreary Co., Monticello, Wayne Co., 

District 45: Clay Co., Jackson Co., Laurel Co., Oneida 
Inst., Rockcastle Co. 

District 46: Barbourville, Bell Co., Corbin, Lone Jack, 
Lynn Camp, Middlesboro, Pineville, Knox Central, 
Williamsburg, Whitley Co. 



REGION 14 

District 47: Breathitt Co., Fleming Neon, Jenkins, Knott 
Co., Riverside Christian, Whitesburg. Letcher, Cordia 

District 48: Buckhorn, Combs Memorial, Leslie Co., M.C. 
Napier, Hazard 

District 49: Cawood, Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan 

District 50: Hazel Green, Jackson, Lee Co.. Owsley Co., 
Powell Co , Wolfe Co. 

REGION 15 

District 51: Boyd Co., Holy Family, Lawrence Co., Paul 
Blazer 

District 52: Fairview, Greenup Co., Raceland, Russell 

District 53: George Rogers Clark, Menifee Co., 
Montgomery Co., Bath Co. 

District 54: East Carter, Elliott Co., Rowan Co., 
West Carter 

REGION 16 

District 55: Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, Johns 
Creek, Phelps 

District 56: Johnson Central, Morgan Co., Magoffin Co., 
Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

District 57: Betsy Layne, Allen Central, McDowell, 
Prestonsburg, Wheelwright 

District 58: Dorton, Millard. Mullins, Pikeville, Virgie 



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PAGE SEVEN 



ADDITIONAL 

REGISTERED 

BASEBALL 

OFFICIALS 

(Addresses and phone 
numbers will be available 
from the Assigning Secre- 
taries or other Represen- 
tatives.) 




Amis, Kenneth 
Applegate, Gary Roy 
Arflin, Tracy T. II 
Ashley, Kenneth 
Back. Ira Samuel 
Bailey, E. Charles 
Barrett, Ronnie 
Beavers, Daniel F. 
Berkhimer, Levi/is 
Biliter, Kenneth 
Bonzo, Jim R. 
Borders, Gary Allen 
Bowman, James R. 
Gradley, Robert Q. Jr. 
Branscum, John W. 
Brown, James W, 
Brown, Tony 
Browning, Glen R. 
Bunning, Mark D. 
Burgess, Richard N. 
Carraro, John F. 
Castle, Clarence C. 
Castle, James E. 
Caudill, Jeftery H. 
Caudill, John W. 
Chamberlin, Fred E, 
Clark, Robert Anthony 
Cochran, Ray D. 
Collins, Fred D. 
Cope, Nathan 
Cory, Larry 
Cox, James L. 
Craft, David Lee 
Curnutte, Mike D. 
Daniels, Roger 
Deatley, Dennis L, 
Deaton, W. Gary 
Doyle, Brent 
Dunn, Joseph B. 
Emberton, John 
Emmert, Joey L. 
Erwin, Mark 
Ford, John W. 
Gaddis, G. Scott 
Graham, Jack L, 
Green, James D, 
Griffith, Darell W. 
Griggs, Glenn (Jimmy) 
Gumm, Jeff 
Gumm, Gregory 
Handy, Gary S, 
Harbison, Frederick L. 
Harlan, Bobby Ray 



Hayden, Tony 
Herp, James R. 
Hilliard, W. Gerard 
Horace, P. Dean 
Horn, Larry Joe 
Hudnall, Michael L. 
Hudson, Mike Lee 
Hudson, Walter Joe 
Jones, Jeffrey Scott 
Joyce, Andrew K. 
Kearney, Mr. Lynn 
Kearns, Kevin W. 
Keeney, Jack 
Kinney, Martin 
Kinney, Rick 
Kleitz, Jerry D. 
Kluepfel, Joseph C. 
Lewis, Joseph Catron 
McNeill, Thomas Blame 
Mahan, Paul E 
Martin, Charles Ray 
Meyer, Thomas G. 
Milburn, Melvin W. 
Miller, Walter Henry 
Miller, William Jerrol 
Milton, Bill 
Molitor, Mark 
Morgan, Timothy G. 
Mullins, Joe 
Oberhausen, Daniel E. 
O'Neal, Tony 
Pardue, Israel L. 
Parker, Ronald P. 
Parker, Wilson Dale 
Perkins, Gregory 
Pratt, John L. 
Price, Jim 

Rennekamp, James 
Rennekamp, Jim 
Richards, Edward 
Ruth, Dane L. 
Sexton, Forrest Kay 
Shaw. Calvin W. 
Shown, John 
Spillman, Britt 
Stephens, Tony 
Tandy, Charles E. 
Thompson, Daniel 
Tomaschko, Karl 
Turner, Cecil W. 
Vincent, Gregory H. 
Weaver, Daniel A. 
Williams, Johnny W. 



Wilson, Larry W. 
Woods, William 
Wren, Bruce E. 
Wright, Terry 
Adams, Ricky 
Akers, Gary D. 
Allen, Ray 
Borders, Jerry 
Chadwick, James E. 
Estep, Bark 
Froedge, Mark W 
Gilbert, Morgan 
Hill, Christopher D, 
Johnson, Michael J. 
Kordenbrock, Kenneth 
Lewis, Stephen C. 



Morris, Larry D. 
Mosley, Gene 
Mullins, Terry D. 
Pardue, Dennis 
Perkins, John L. 
Peterson, Gene 
Porter, Sammy 
Queen, Tom 
Reitz, Mike V. 
Rousey, Terry 
Scott, Paul J. 
Sims, Mike 
Strong, Robert O. 
Turner, Scotty D. 
Willard, Scott 
Young, Bobby 



ADDITIONAL 

REGISTERED 

SOFTBALL 

OFFICIALS 

(Addresses and phone 
numbers will be available 
by request from the 
K.H.S.A.A.) 



>«r 



Anderson, Ron W. 
Baker, Darrell Wayne 
Beavers, Daniel F. 
Biliter, Kenneth 
Board, Robin Lynn 
Boone, Susie 
Breeden, Clarence W. 
Burke, Diana Lynn 
Clarke, Cathy 
Clark, Lathan C. (Rusty) 
Donohue, W,J, (Sarge) 
Durbin, Morris E. 
Gordon, George T. 
Herbstreith, Terry L. 
Hillenbrand, George S, 
Howard, Michael 
Hume, Carlos M. 
Kennedy, Otis E. 
Kessler, Randy 
Leising, Michael C, 
Lewis, James D, 
Logsdon, David 
Niehaus, Jennifer L. 
Reinhart, William L. Sr. 
Rhea, Fred 
Simon, Gary L. 
Smith, Vanessa Y. 
Soard, Dennis Eugene 
Spears, Larry C. 
Stevens, Robert L, 
Strain, Richard P. 
Tandy, Charles E, 
Tanner, Grace L. 
Tarvin, Roger W. 
Tharp, Jim 
Themann, Genelle R. 
Zirnheld, Leonard W. 



Ash, James K, 
Bell, Michael L 
Biliter, Kenneth N. 
Burgess, Bobby J. 
Campbell, Mike 
Caruso, John 
Collins, Howard 
Cooper, Frederick 
Crittenden, Glenn 
Cunningham, Steve 
Cusentino, Jim 
Dornbusch, Robert 
Dunagan, Leon 
Edgington, Jerald J. 
Ellis, Mike 
Fischer, Chuck 
Fornash, George 
Hicks, Jerome Lee 
Hildebrand, Irvin 
Hite, Lawrence 
Malone, Ronald 
Meier, Henry, Jr. 
Sirls, Brenda 
Stiltner, Gaino 
Toepfert, Ray 
Trame, Terry 
Watson, Lloyd 
White, Denny 
Yelton, Nick 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1983 



1983 

TENNIS 

INFORMATION 



o 



BOYS REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Becky Watson, Hopkinsville) — 
Ballard Memorial. Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
Co., Fort Campbell, Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon 
Co., Marshall Co., Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, 
Providence, Reldland, St. Mary, University Heights, West 
Hopkins 

Bowling Green Region — (Mgr. JoeTinius, Bowling Green 
H.S., Bowling Green) — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling 
Green, Caverna, Cumberland Co., Franklin Simpson, 
Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hart Co., Logan Co., Metcalfe Co., 
Muhlenberg Central, Russellville, Tompkinsville, Warren 
Central, Warren East 

Daviess Co. Region — (Mgr. Billy Ray Cartwright, Apollo 
H.S., Owensboro) — Apollo, Bremen, Butler Co., Central 
City, Daviess Co., Greenville, Hancock Co., Henderson 
Co., McLean Co., Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins. Trinity, 
Union Co., Webster Co. 

Elizabethtown Region — (Mgr. David Rogers, 
Elizabethtown H.S., Elizabethtown) — Adair Co., 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge Co., Bullitt Central, 
Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Grayson Co., Green Co., Nelson Co., North Hardin, LaRue 
Co., Marion Co., Meade Co., Spencer Co., Taylor Co., 
Washington Co. 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Allen Sleadd) — Atherton, 
Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown. Kentucky 
Country Day, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Walden 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Joseph Kroh, St. Xavier 
H.S. Louisville) — Central, Christian Academy, DeSales, 
Evangel, Landmark, Male, Manual, Moore, Portland 
Christian, St. Francis, St. Xavier, Southern 

West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. George Greschal, Fairdale 
H.S., Fairdale) — Bishop David, Butler, Doss, Fairdale, 
Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Ninth & O, Shawnee, 
Valley, Western 

Lexington Region — (Mgr. Bill Goodan, Henry Clay H.S., 
Lexington) — Anderson Co., Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin Co., Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, 
Sayre, Shelby Co., Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford 
Co. 

Ricfimond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns, Pulaski Co. H.S., 
Somerset) — Barbourville, Berea, Boyle Co., Corbin, 
Cumberland, Danville, Estill Co., Garrard Co., George 
Rogers Clark, Harlan, Harrodsburg, Knox Central, Laurel 
Co., Leslie Co., Lincoln Co., Madison Central, Mercer Co., 
Middlesboro, Model, Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski Co., St. 
Camillus, Somerset 

Moretiead Region — (Mgr. Liz Sadler, Montgomery Co. 
H.S., Mt. Sterling) — Bath Co., Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd 
Co., Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, Greenup Co., Hazard, Holy 
Family, Knott Co., Lawrence Co., McDowell, Magoffin Co., 
Montgomery Co., Paintsville, ' Paul Blazer, Phelps, 
Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Rowan Co., Russell, Sheldon 
Clark, Wolfe Co. 

Forf Thomas Region — (Mgr. Jeff Frisch, Lloyd H.S., 
Erianger) — Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone Co., 
Campbell Co., Carroll Co., Conner, Covington Latin, 
Covington Catholic, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin Co., 
Henry Co., Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 



Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic, Oldham Co., St. 
Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton 

Paris Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, Bourbon Co.) — 
Bourbon Co., Bracken Co., Deming, Fleming Co., 
Harrison Co., Leslie Co., Millersburg Military Inst., Mason 
Co., Maysville, Nicholas Co., Paris, Scott County, St. 
Patrick 

State Manager; Joe Kroh, St. Xavier H.S., Louisville 40217 



GIRLS REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Becky Watson, Christian Co.) — 
Ballard Memorial, Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
Co., Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon Co., 
Marshall Co., Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, 
Providence, Reldland, St. Mary, University Heights, West 
Hopkins 

Bowling Green Region — (Mgr. JoeTinius, Bowling Green 
H.S., Bowling Green) — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling 
Green, Caverna, Cumberland Co., Franklin-Simpson, 
Gamaliel, Glasgow, Logan Co., Metcalfe Co., Muhlenberg 
Central, St. Joseph, Russellville, Tompkinsville, Warren 
Central, Warren East, Hart Co. 

Daviess Co. Region — (Mgr. Billy Ray Cartwright) — 
Apollo, Bremen. Butler Co., Central City, Daviess Co., 
Greenville, Hancock Co., Henderson Co., Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, McLean Co., Mt. St. Joseph, Ohio Co., 
South Hopkins, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Trinity 
(Whitesville), Union Co., Webster Co. 

Elizabetfitown Region — (Mgr. David Rogers, 
Elizabethtown H.S., Elizabethtown) — Adair Co., 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge Co., Bullitt Central, 
Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Grayson Co., Green Co., LaRue Co., Marion Co., Meade 
Co., Nelson Co., North Hardin, Spencer Co., Taylor Co., 
Washington Co. 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Bob Roos, Ballard H.S.) — 
Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Sacred Heart, 
Seneca, Waggener, Walden 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Charlie Just, Mercy 
Academy) — Central, Louisville Collegiate, Evangel, Male, 
Mercy Academy, Portland Christian, Southern, St. Francis 

West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. George Greschel, Fairdale 
H.S.) — Angela Merici, Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy 
Rosary, Iroquois, Ninth & O, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Shawnee, Valley, Western 

Fort Tfiomas Region — (Mgr. Jeff Frisch, Lloyd Memorial 
H.S.) — Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone Co., 
Campbell Co., Carroll Co., Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, 
Gallatin Co., Holmes, Highlands, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Notre Dame, Oldham Co., Our Lady 
Providence, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa 
Madonna 

Lexington Region — (Mgr. Bill Goodan, Henry Clay H.S.) 

— Anderson Co., Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co., 
Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Jessamine Co., 
Sayre, Shelby Co., Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford 
Co. 

Ricfimond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns, Pulaski Co. H.S.) 

— Barbourville, Berea, Boyle Co., Corbin, Cumberland, 
Danville, Estill Co., Deming, Garrard Co., George Rogers 
Clark, Harlan, Harrodsburg, Knox Central, Laurel Co., 
Leslie Co., Lincoln Co., Madison Central, Mercer Co., 
Middlesboro, Model, Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski Co., St. 
Camillus, Somerset 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1983 



PAGE NINE 



Morehead Region — (Mgr. Liz Sadler, Montgomery Co. 
H.S., Mt. Sterling) — Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd Co., 
Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, Hazard, Knott Co., Lawrence Co., 
Magoffin Co., McDowell, Montgomery Co., Paintsville, 
Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, Rowan Co., Russell, Sheldon 
Clark 

Paris Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, Bourbon Co. H.S., 
Paris) — Bourbon Co., Bracken Co., Darning, Fleming Co., 
Harrison Co., Lewis Co., Mason Co., Maysville, Nicholas 
Co., Paris, Scott Co., St. Patrick 

State Manager: Liz Sadler, Montgomery Co, H.S., Mt. 
Sterling 40353 




ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 



The State High School Track Meet all classes will 
beheld on Saturday, May 21, 1983, at the University 
of Kentucky Sports Center in Lexington. The State 
Manager is John Gettler. The 1983 State Track Meet 
will be run in meters. 

The sectional track meets will be scored this year 
with individual awards being given for the first four 
places and team trophies awarded the winning and 
runnerup teams. 



1983 Track & Field 
Regional Managers 

(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

Calloway Co.— Jim Nix, Calloway Co. H.S., 2108 
College Farm Road, Murray 42071 - 502/753-5479; 

Glasgow — Charles Groves, Glasgow H.S., 
Columbia Avenue, Glasgow 42101 - 502/651-8801 

Bellevue — Marty Mayer, Bellevue H.S., 205 
Center Street, Bellevue 41073 - 606/261-2108 

Woodford Co. — Wally Cook, Woodford Co. H.S., 
Frankfort Street, Versailles 40383 - 606/873-9705 

Bardstown — J.W. Mattingly, Bardstown H.S.,400 
North 5th Street, Bardstown 40004 - 502/348-5913 

Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea Community 
School, Ellipse Street, Berea 40403-606/986-4911 

Hazard — Colin Cox, Hazard H.S., Box 5507, Hwy 
15 South, Hazard 41701 -606/436-3711 

Raceland — Mike Jones, Raceland H.S., Ram 
Drive, Raceland 41169 - 606/836-8221 

CLASS AA 

Calloway Co. — Jim Nix, Calloway Co. H.S.,2108 
College Farm Road, Murray 42071 - 502/753-5479 

Bowling Green — Don Webb & Mike Houston, 
Bowling Green H.S., Bowling Green 42101 - 
502/842-1674 

Bellevue — Marty Mayer, Bellevue H.S., 205 
Center Street, Bellevue 41073 - 606/261-2108 

Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea Community 
School, Ellipse Street, Berea 40403 - 606/986-491 1 

Meade Co. — Doug Langdon, Meade Co. H.S., 
Old State Road, Brandenburg 40108 -502/422-4931 

Woodford Co. — Wally Cook, Woodford Co. H.S., 
Frankfort Street, Versailles 40383 - 606/873-9705 



Morehead — Dan Lindsey, Rowan Co. Middle 
School, West Sun Street, Morehead 40351 - 
606/784-891 1 

Clay Co. — Terry Wilson, Clay Co. H.S., 239 
Richmond Road, Manchester 40962 -606/598-3737 

CLASS AAA 

Daviess Co. — Mickey Walker, Daviess Co. H.S., 
4255 New Hartford Road, Owensboro 42301 - 
502/684-5285; 502/684-1016 

Bullitt Central — Bill Ranney, Bullitt Central H.S., 
Box 338, Shepherdsville 40165 - 502/543-7021 

duPont Manual — Paul Gehring, duPont Manual 
H.S., 120 West Lee Street, Louisville 40208 - 
502/637-1361 

Iroquois — Mike McDaniel, Iroquois H.S., 4615 
Taylor Road, Louisville 40215 - 502/366-0373 

Ballard — Sue Fetter/Jim Reuther, Ballard H.S., 
6000 Brownsboro Road, Louisville 40222 - 502/452- 
5076 

Moore — Jim Watkins, Southern H.S., 8620 
Preston Way, Louisville 40219 - 502/968-0300 

Lexington — Steve Parker, Bryan Station H.S., 
1866 Edgeworth Drive, Lexington 40505 - 606/299- 
4027 

Lexington — Steve Parker, Bryan Station H.S., 
1866 Edgeworth Drive, Lexington 40505 - 606/299- 
4027 



1983 Track & Field 

Sectional Managers 

(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

Section I, Edmondson Co. & Calloway Co., Daviess Co. 

H.S., Mickey Walker 

Section II, Bardstown & Berea, Berea College, Bill Patton 

Section III, Bellevue & Lexington, Covington Catholic, 

Jack Kaelin 

Section IV, Hazard & Raceland, Clay Co, M.S., Terry 

Wilson 

CLASS AA 

Section I, Calloway Co, & Bowlmg Green, Daviess Co, 

H.S., Mickey Walker 

Section II, Bellevue & Berea, Covington Catholic, Jack 

Kaelin 

Section III, Meade Co. & Woodford Co., Berea College 

Section IV, Rowan Co. & Clay Co., Clay Co. H.S., Terry 

Wilson 

CLASS AAA 

Section I, Daviess Co. & Bullitt Central, Daviess Co, H,S., 

Mickey Walker 

Section II, duPont Manual & Iroquois, Ballard H.S., Bro. 

Borgia, St. Xavier 606/637-4712 

Section III, Ballard & Moore, Ballard H.S,, Jim Reuther, 

Sue Fetter 

Section IV, Lexington & Lexington, Covington Catholic, 

Jack Kaelin 



Track Class A Girls 

Calloway Co. Region — Ballard Memorial, Carlisle Co., 
Crittenden Co., Fort Campbell, Fulton, Heath, Hickman 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1983 



Co., Livingston Central, Lyon Co.. Murray, Providence, St. 
Mary, South Hopkins, Trigg Co., University Heights, West 
Hopkins 

Glasgow Region — Butler Co., Caverna, Cumberland Co., 
Edmonson Co., Frederick Fraize, Gamaliel, Glasgow, 
Hancock Co., Central City, Hart Co., Mt. St. Joseph, 
McLean Co., Potter, Russellvllle, Todd Co., Tompkinsville, 
Trinity (Whitesville) 

Bellevue Region — Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossartt, 
Carroll Co., Dayton, Gallatin Co., Grant Co., Henry Co., 
Holy Cross, Ludlow, Our Lady of Providence, Owen Co., 
Silver Grove, St. Henry, Villa Madonna, Walton Verona 

Woodford Co. Region — Anderson Co., Burgin, Frankfort, 
Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Mercer Co., Model, 
Paris, Sayre 

Bardstown Region — Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, 
Bullitt East, Campbellsvllle, Clinton Co., Evangel, Ft. 
Knox, Green Co, Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky 
School f/t Blind, LaRue Co., Ninth & O, Metcalfe Co., 
Portland Christian, West Hardin 

Berea Region — Berea, Corbin, Jackson Co., Kentucky 
School f/t Deaf, Madison, Montlcello, Pineville, St. 
Camillus, Somerset, Williamsburg 

Hazard Region — Buckhorn, Evarts, Feds Creek, Fleming- 
Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee Co., Letcher Co., M.C. 
Napier, Millard, Mullins, Oneida Baptist, Pamtsville, 
Phelps, PIkeville, Riverside Christian, Virgle, Wheelwright, 
Wolfe Co. 

Raceland Region — Bath Co., Elliott Co., Fairview, Hazel 
Green, Holy Family, Johns Creek, Lewis Co., Menifee Co., 
Morgan Co., Nicholas Co., Raceland 



Track Class A Boys 

Calloway Co. Region — Ballard Memorial, Carlisle Co., 
Crittenden Co., Ft. Campbell, Fulton, Heath, Hickman Co., 
Livingston Central, Lyon Co., Murray, Providence, South 
Hopkins, St. Mary. Trigg Co., University Heights, West 
Hopkins 

Glasgow Region — Butler Co., Caverna, Central City, 
Cumberland Co., Drakesboro, Edmonson Co., Gamaliel, 
Glasgow, Hancock Co., Hart Co., McLean Co., 
Russellvllle, Todd Co., Tompkinsville, Trinity (Whitesville) 

Bellevue Region — Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Carroll Co., Covington Latin, Dayton, Gallatin Co., Grant 
Co., Henry Co., Holy Cross, Ludlow, Owen Co., St. Henry, 
Silver Grove, Walton Verona 

Woodford Co. Region— Anderson Co., Burgin, Frankfort, 
Harrodsburg, Jackson Co., Lexington Catholic, Mercer 
Co., MM. I., Model, Paris, Sayre 

Bardstown Region — Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, 
Bullitt East, Campbellsvllle, Clinton Co., Evangel, Ft. 
Knox, Green Co., Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky 
School f/t Blind, LaRue Co., Metcalfe Co., Ninth & O, 
Portland Christian, West Hardin 

Berea Region — Berea, Corbin, Garrard Co., Kentucky 
School f/t Deaf, Madison, Montlcello, Pineville, St. 
Camillus, Somerset, Williamsburg 

Hazard Region — Betsy Layne, Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, 
Evarts, Feds Creek, Fleming-Neon, Harlan. Hazard, 
Jenkins, Lee Co., M.C. Napier, Millard, Mullins, Oneida, 
Paintsvllle, Pikevllle, Phelps, Riverside Christian, Virgle, 
Wheelwright, Wolfe Co. 

Raceland Region — Bath Co., Elliott Co., Fairview, Hazel 
Green, Holy Family, Johns Creek, Lewis Co., Magoffin 
Co., Menifee Co., Morgan Co., Nicholas Co., Raceland 



Track Class AA Boys 

Calloway Co. Region — Calloway Co., Lone Oak, 
Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

Bowling Green Region — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling 
Green, Franklin Simpson, Logan Co., Ohio Co., Warren 
East 

Bellevue Region — Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Catholic, Scott, Simon Kenton 

Berea Region — Adair Co., Boyle Co., Danville, Lincoln 
Co., McCreary Co., Russell Co. 

Meade Co. Region — Breckinridge Co., East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Grayson Co., Meade Co., North Bullitt, 
Taylor Co., Washington Co. 

Woodford Co. Region— Bourbon Co., Estill Co., Harrison 
Co., Jessamine Co., Montgomery Co., Scott Co., 
Woodford Co., Franklin Co., Western Hills 

Rowan Co. Region — East Carter, Fleming Co., Johnson 
Central, Lawrence Co., Mason Co., Rowan Co., Russell, 
Sheldon Clark. West Carter 

Clay Co. Region — Belfry, Bell Co., Breathitt Co., Cawood, 
Clay Co., Knott Co. Central, Knox Central, Leslie Co., 
Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg, Whitley Co. 



Track Class AA Girls 

Calloway Region — Calloway Co., Lone Oak, Mayfield, 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union Co., Webster Co. 

Bowling Green Region — Allen Co., Barren County, 
Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Logan Co., Ohio Co., 
Owensboro Catholic, Warren East 

Bellevue Region — Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands. 
Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Scott, Simon Kenton 

Berea Region — Adair Co., Boyle Co., Danville, Lincoln 
Co., McCreary Co., Russell Co. 

Meade Co. Region — Breckinridge Co., East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Grayson Co., Meade Co., North Bullitt, 
Taylor Co., Washington Co. 

Woodford Co. Region — Bourbon Co., Estill Co., Franklin 
Co., Harrison Co. Jessamine Co., Montgomery Co., Scott 
Co., Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

Rowan Co. Region — East Carter, Fleming Co., Johnson 
Central, Lawrence Co., Mason Co., Rowan Co., Russell, 
Sheldon Clark, West Carter 

Clay Co. Region — Belfry, Bell Co., Breathitt Co., Cawood, 
Clay Co., Knott Co. Central, Knox Central, Leslie Co., 
Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg, Whitley Co. 

Track Class AAA Boys 

Daviess Co. Region — Apollo, Christian Co., Daviess Co., 
Henderson Co., Hopkinsville, Madisonvllle-North 
Hopkins, Marshall Co., Owensboro 

Bullitt Central Region — Bullitt Central, Marion Co., 
Nelson Co., North Hardin, Oldham Co., Shelby Co., 
Warren Central 

duPont Manual Region — Atherton, Butler, Central, 
Christian Academy, duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier, 
Shawnee 

Iroquois Region — Bishop David, Doss, Iroquois, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Valley, Western 

Ballard Region — Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener 



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Moore Region — DeSales, Fairdale, Fern Creek, Southern 

Lexington Region — Boone Co., Bryan Station, Campbell 
Co., Henry Clay, Holmes, Laurel Co., Pulaski Co. 

Lexington Region — Paul G. Blazer, Boyd Co., Greenup 
Co., Lafayette, Madison Central, Tates Creek, Clark Co. 



Track Class AAA Girls 

Daviess Co. Region — Apollo, Daviess Co., Christian Co., 
Henderson Co., Hopkinsville, Madisonville-North 
Hopkins, Marshall Co., Owensboro 

Builitt Centrai Region — Bullitt Central, Marion Co., 
Nelson Co., North Hardin, Oldham Co., Shelby Co., 
Warren Central 

duPont Manuai Region — Assumption, Atherton, Butler, 
Central, Christian Academy, duPont Manual, Male, 
Shawnee 

iroquois Region — Angela Merici, Doss, Iroquois, Mercy, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley, Western 

Baiiard Region — Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Presentation, Sacred Heart, Seneca, Waggener 

Moore Region — Fairdale, Fern Creek, Holy Rosary, 
Southern 

Lexington Region — Boone Co., Bryan Station, Campbell 
Co., Franklin Co., Henry Clay, Holmes, Laurel Co., Notre 
Dame, Pulaski Co. 

Lexington Region — Paul G. Blazer, Boyd Co., Clark Co., 
Greenup Co., Lafayette, Madison Central, Tates Creek 



Ratings 

on 

Football Officials 

The following ratings 
were received on football 
officials registered with 
the K.H.S.A.A. during 
1982-83. 



MID-KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Morse, R.-98; Harris, D.-98; McClure, T.-98: Brauch, C- 
98; Hawkins, D.-98; Moore, P. -97; Downs, J. -97; Crutcher, 
J. -97; Lynch, L.-97; Butler, R.-97; Winfrey, W.-97; Roberts, 
J. -97; Strain, R.-97; Ewing, R.-97; Tinsley, J. -97; Sims, R- 
97; Meadley, F.-96; Roby, J. -96; Aldridge, J. -96; Crutcher, 
J. -96; Crutcher, P. -96; Bottles, D.-96; Corbett, J. -96; 
Barney, G.-96; Dupin, J. -95; Matheney, J. -95; Inman, G.- 
95; Garrett, B.-95; Schutz, F.-95; Rolston, D.-94; Ash, M.- 
94; James, C.-94; Duvall, R.-94; Evans, T.-94; Tucker, C- 
94; Burgess, B.-93; Skaggs, N.-93; Wade, C.-93; Taylor, J. - 
93; Reams, F.-93; Puckett, R.-92; Riley, J. -92; Williams, J- 
92; Purwin, J. -91 ; Claywell, S.-91 ; Fraley, C.-91 ; Bryan, F.- 
91 ; Morse, R.-91 ; Smith, J. -91 ; Cross, H.-90; Hatfield, J. -90; 
Welton, D.-89; Dever, M.-89; Hunter, J. -88; Suekard, P.-87; 
Gann, R.-87; Flickinger, B.-86; Melton, S.-86; Watts, C.-85; 
lannazzi,D.-84; Ives, R.-84, Hawkins, S.-83; Holland, T. -82; 
Versailles, A.-82; Adams, J. -82; Barnhill, C.-81 ; Tinsley, S.- 
81; Clark, S.-80; Decker, J. -80; McFalls, G.-80; 
Whitehouse, J. -80; Henden, F.-80; Barnes, D.-79; Barnhill, 
S.-79; Henry, T.-79; Percell, D.-78; Dodson, T.-78; 
Robinson, J.-78; Holland, C.-78; Fowler, G. -78; McCullum, 
S.-77. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Moore, B.-94; Miller, T.-93; Bond, T.-91; Grefer, T.-91; 




Oetjen, G.-91 ; Sesher, J.-91 ; Blackford, R.-88; Frank, J. 
Kordenbrock, J. -88; Peeno, H.-88; Seavers, J. 
Thompson, T.-88; Towe, P. -88; Klopp, B.-87; Lykins, J. -86: 
Lynn, D.-86; Morris, E.-86; Carr. L.-85; Conlin, M.-85: 
Fuchs, C.-85; Moore, B.-85; Read, R.-85; Simms, C.-85: 
Staton, F.-85; Swope, J. -85; Uriage, D.-85; Delaney, W.-83 
Rouse, T.-83; Wells, G.-83; Wright, H.-83; Collins, R.-82 
Elkin, L.-82; Gumble, A. -82; Harvie, J. -82; Purcell, M.-82 
Donoghue, T.-81; Keller, T.-81; Liggett, E.-81; Bosse, R.- 
80; Bradford, R.-80, Dorman, T.-80; Kemen, J. -80 
Ponchot, J. -80; Vaughn, B.-80; Young, B.-80; Hoffman, T.- 
79; Westhoff, G.-79; Kanarek, R.-78; Lowe, B.-78; Johnson 
J. -76; Stutler, J. -76; Barth, D.-74; Starnes, D.-74; Wilson 
L.-68; Trapp, C.-65; Zimmer, T.-62 

NORTHEASTERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Davis, R.-95; Rapp, B.-95; Swarts, J.-95; Shire, J.-94 
Heaberlin, B.-93; Johnson, B.-93; Johnson, B.-93 
Heaberlin, B., Jr.-92; Heaberlin, Bob-92; Arthur, P.-91 
Johnson, L.-91; McConnell, J. -91; Riffe, G.-91; Simpson 
J. -91; Burgess, O.-90; Evans. R.-90; Kouns, B.-90 
Stanbury, C.-90; Short, B.-90; Thomas, P. -90; Bocock, E.- 
89; Burton, J. -89; Johnson, K.-89; Johnson, L.-89; Logan, 
M.-89; Lynch, D.-89; Swarts, M.-89; Taylor, J. -89; Craft, B.- 
88; Charles, J. -88; Conley, J.B.-88; Menshouse, L.-88; 
Pinson, P. -88; Strader, T.-88; Clark, K.-87; Russell, A.-87; 
White, J. -87; Aitken, K.-86; Conley, M.-86; Firestine, V.-86; 
Heaberlin, J. -86; Pinkerman, C.-86; Rapp, T.-86; Leskovac! 
G.-85; Marvin, S.-85; Morgan, G.-85; Nieman, G.-85; Pratt! 
M.-85; Hornbuckle, B.-84; Mitchell, G.-84; Nethercutt, B.- 
84; Robinson, C.-84; Wells, T.-83; McGarvey, P.-82; 
Branham, G.-80 

KENTUCKIANA CONFERENCE 

Klusman, C.-97; Shreve, T.-96; Jones, P. -95; Cline, N- 
94; Denton, B.-94; DeSeni, C.-93; Leahy, P.-93; Small, D.- 
92; Downs, G.-91 ; Nelligan, M.-91 ; Buckert, T.-91 ; Metzger, 
D.-93:, VanBogaert, S.-93; Wilson, J.-93; Greenwell, B.-90; 
Gutterman, J. -90; Mercker, G.-90; Ress, G.-90; Stovall, K.- 
90; Studle, R.-90; Ishmael, S.-89; Baldwin, D.-89; Dewees 
B.-88; Fryrear, B.-88; McGrath, B.-88; Russ, C.-88 
Streicher, R.-88; Streicher, R.-88; Clarence, 8. -87 
Furlong, B.-87; Grass, F.-87; Lillie, W.-87; Lambert, I.-87 
Mayer, E.-87; Meiman, J. -87; Weber, T.-87; Brown, M.-86 
Doyle, D.-86; Gentry, D.-86; Turley, H.-86; Passfume, J.- 
86; McNay, J. -85; Osting, J. -85; Potts, R.-85; Hackett, W.- 
84; Spath, B.-84; Wuertz, J. -84; Hagan, M.-83; Jensen, B.- 
83; Johnson, R.-83; Kuster, T.-83; Sellinger, B.-83 
Fenimore, C.-82; Friedman, C.-82; Hancock, N.-82; Allen 
J. -81; McGratt, J. -81; Timmering, G.-81; Burrus, L.-79 
Martin, T.-79; Breeden, AI-78; Thorpe, W.-78; Huhn, T.-76: 
Finck, D.-77; Bell, R.-73; Morris, L.-73; Coleman, L.-72 
Hiipp, A. -71; Pitts, J. -67; Horsman, B.-66; Turner, R.-65: 
McCorkle, B.-64; Skaggs, R.-61; Owens, L.-59; Brummett 
D.-57; Lee, Charles-55 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Lusby, G.-98; Wright, J. -98; Tate, K.-97; Moody, J.-95 
Poole, G.-95; Staley, J. -95; Jacoby, B.-95; Gilliam, R.-95 
Ammerman, R.-95; Current, R.-95; Duff, W.-95; Wanchic 
N.-94; Clemmons, S.-94; Elovitz, C.-94; Hadden, N.-94 
Brown, H.-93; Bramble, J. -93; Linkes, C.-93; Fay, J. -93 
Durham, T.-93; Rawhon, R.-93; Swinford, J. -92 
Gastineau, J. -92; Craft, A.B.-92; Couch, W.-92; Hall, C.-92 
Jenkins, B.-92; Tipton, S.-91; Day, R.-91; Shreve, R.-91 
Mason, W.C.-91: Gfell, G.-91; Easterly, T,-91; Bozarth, P.- 
90; Clark, O.-90; Fish, L.-90; Farmer, G.-90; South, S.-90: 
Vandermale. J. -90; Thompson, H.-90; Giles, F.-89 
Cornelison, M.-89; Dickens, W.-89; Borck, J. -89; Morris 
S.-89; Oser, L. -89; Tipton, R.-89; Foster, B.-89; Kinnard, R.- 
88; Pugh, B.-88; Wright, J. -88; Osborne. T.-88; Paiko, E.- 
88; Johnson, R.-87; Dean, R.-87; Dyehouse, J.-87; Maupin 
R.-87; Yates, G.-87; Satterly, G.-87; Cole, R.-87; Batterton 
K.-86; Gorham, B.-86; Lentry, R.-86; Thompson, J. -85 



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Owens, M.-85; McFadden, J. -85; Owens, P. -85; Epperson, 
J. -84; Bransom, B.-84; Barbour, B.-84; McCray, C.-83; 
Ransdell, J. -83; Gettler, J. -82; Garcia, C.-82; Branham, J.- 
82; Mainline, C.-81; Mattmiller, R.-81; Scott, 8.-81; 
Carmichael, S.-80; Burke, D.-80; Caldwell, J. B. -80; Turner, 
C.-80; Graham, J. -80; Angelucci, A. -79; Ewen, G.-78; 
McCormick, D.-75; Easley, D.-71 ; Brown, J. -70; Reece, J.- 
70; Mitchell, M.-68; Potter, J.-60 

THIRTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Hammons, G.-96; Jeffers, S.-95; Lawson, D.-95 
Noonan, R.-95; Powers, E.-95; Tye, J.-94; Page, J.-94 
Blach, B.-94; Kersey, A. -93; Henson, P. -93; Head, C.-93 
Burgin, C.-93; Page, K.-93; Pietrowski, P.-92; Ensslin, C- 
92; Cook, C.-92; Evans, A.-92; Carpenter, B.-92; Kirk, C- 
91 ; Howard, J.-91 ; Kirk, J.-91 ; Guy, N.S.-91 ; Osborne, R- 
90; Idol, B.-90; Barrett, R.-90; Ball, P.-90; Coopinger, A. -90; 
Ward, J. -90; Elliott, J.-89; Bunch, L.-89; Lee, C.-89; Croley, 
J. -89; Houchins, T.-88; Anders, R.-88; Morgan, R.-88; 
Brown, W. -88; Ashurst, M.-87; Alexander, R.-87; Harris, G.- 
87; Lee, B.-87; Mays, H.-87 

BIG 8 CONFERENCE 

Long, J.-97; Bartlett, C.W.-95; Bullock, J. -95; Murdack 
L.-94; Luckett, P. -94; Jackson, E.-94; Thompson, C.-93 
Russell, G.-93; Luckett, T.-93; Nash, R.-93; Allen, J. -93 
Kirkland, D.-92; Hill, J. -92; Frazier, T.-92; Clayton, N.-92 



Estes,W.-91; Blemker, R.-91; Long,S.-90; McDaniel, J.-90 
Malak, M.-90; King, C.-90; Clements, W.-90; Wetzel, R.-89 
Gold, S.-89; Shields, D.-88; Jones, S.-88; Hendon, J.-88 
Cosby, W.-86; Clark, S. 111-82; Gates, R.-81; Puckett, P. -80 
Bothwell, M.-80; Sutton, J. -Broke leg, out all season. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Waide, H.-98; Day, R.-98; Perrin, J. -95; Wilder, J.-95; 
McGinty, L.V.-94; Durden, J. -93; Henderson, C.-93; 
Kinslow, B.-93; Lile, C.-93; Lowe, S.-93; Norwood, T.-93: 
Quehl, B.-93; Simpson, D.-93; Thomas, L.-93; Thomas, R.- 
93; C.B.-92; Colley, L.-92; Gober, J.-92; Hillyer, C.-92; 
Ledford, T.-92; Ward, T.-92; Chaffin, J. -90; Goble, K.-90; 
Johnson, H.-90; Almond, D.-89; Green, D.-89; Pate, L.-89; 
Purcell. K.-89; Goble, K. Jr.-88; McDonald, T.-88; Osting, 
D.-88; Carlson, D.-87; Cheponis, G.-87; Coltharp, P.-87; 
Gore, B.-87; Saylors, C.-87; Meloan, R.-86; Jones, J.B.-85; 
Naberezny, P.-84; Boyarski, G.-83; Roby, M.-83; Fields, R.- 
82; Wood, G.-82; Hixon, C.-80; Lohaus, W.-80; Parker, C- 
79; Cash, M.-78; Leonard, J. -78; WestPall, M.-No rating 

FIFTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Burchett, J.-96; Bottom. W.-96; Ferrell, R.-96; Hopson, 
J.-96; Leslie, B.-96; Rosen, W.-96; Willis, D.-96; Leslie, J- 
95; Looney, J. -95; Moore, W.K.-94; Owens, P. -93; 
Fliehman, J.-92; Gattuso, J.-92; Hughes, C.-92; Roose, D.- 
92; Lee, G.-88; Issac, G.-72; Droz, L.-68 




A Short History of the K.H.S.A.A. 



The Kentucky High School Athletic Association was 
organized in April. 1917 Charter members were Frankfort. 
Boys' High of Louisville. Owensboro. Carrollton, Lexington 
Carlisle, Anderson County. Monticello. Somerset. Ashland. 
Stanford. Pans, LaGrange. Morganfield. Danville. Clark County. 
Covington, and Cynthiana. Since the organization, the officers 
have been as follows. 

President; M.E Ligon, 1917-1926; CI. Henry, 1926-1928; 
G.O. Swing, 1928-1929. W,F ODonnell. 1929-1941; R.E Bridges. 
1941-1947, L V Ginger. 1947-1953; Carlos Oakley. 1953-1955. 
Russell Williamson. 1955-1960. Louis Litchfield. 1960-1 961 ;W H 
Crowdus. 1961-1962; KG Gillaspie, 1962-1963; Cecil A. 
Thornton, 1963-1964, Oran C Teater. 1964-1965. Foster J 
Sanders. 1965-1966; Sherman Gish. 1966-1967; Don R. Rawlings, 
1967-1968; Preston Holland, 1968-1969; Ralph C Dorsey,1969- 
1970; Don Davis. 1970-1971; Morton Combs. 1971-1972; Richard 
Vincent, 1972-1973. Frank B Simpson. 1973-1974. W.P.Wheeler, 
1974-1975. Louie Martin, 1975-1976; George E Sauer. Jr., 1976- 
1977; Ray Story. 1977-1978. Jack Burkich, 1978-1979; Barney 
Thweatt. 1979-1980; Zeb Blankenship. 1980-1981 

Vice-President; WO Hopper, 1917-1918; AC Pelton, 1918- 
1919. C,E. Skinner, 1919-1921; RE Hill. 1921-1922; C.E. Skinner, 
1922-1923; J L. Foust. 1923-1924; K.R.Patterson, 1924-1925; C.I 
Henry, 1925-1926, J.D. Falls. 1926-1927; J O Lewis, 1927-1928; 
J,S. Brown, 1928-1932. J.D Williams. 1932-1934; Tim 
Meinschein. 1934-1937; RE Bridges, 1937-1941; W,B, Owen, 
1941-1947, TK Stone. 1947-1953; Russell Williamson. 1953- 
1955. Roy G Eversole, 1955-1956; Louis Litchfield, 1956-1960; 
W.B, Jones. 1960-1961, KG. Gillaspie, 1961-1962; Cecil A. 
Thornton, 1962-1963. Oran C Teater. 1963-1964; Don R. 
Rawlings. 1964-1965. Preston Holland. 1965-1966; Don Davis, 



1966-1967; Morton Combs. 1967-1968; Ralph C, Dorsey. 1968- 
1969; Foster J. Sanders. 1969-1970; W,H Crowdus, 1970-1971; 
James T Dotson, 1971-1972; Frank B, Sim.pson, 1972-1973; W P. 
Wheeler. 1973-1974; Louie Martin. 1974-1975; Arthur Hawkins, 
1975-1976; Ray Story, 1976-1977. Norman Passmore, 1977-1978; 
Barney Thweatt, 1978-1979;Zeb Blankenship, 1979-1980; J.D. 
Minnehan, 1980-1981. 

Secretary-Treasurer J H Way. 1917-1918; J.L. Foust, 1918- 
1922; RE, Hill. 1922-1937; Theo A Sanford. 1937-1947. 

Commissioner Theo A Sanford. 1947-1972. Joe B 
Mansfield. 1972-1976; Tom Mills. 1976- 

Assistant Commissioner JB Mansfield. 1949-1972. Tom 
Mills. 1972-1976, Billy V Wise. 1969- , Louis Stout. 1971- ; Dianne 
H Games. 1976-1978, Bridgid L DeVries. 1979- 

The Association started with 18 members in 1917 and this 
number increased to 572 in lQ'^R-.37 There were ni4 members in 
1979-80 Consolidaiion of schools is responsible for the decrease 
in membership in recent years 

The first state basketball tournament was held at Centre 
College. Danville, in March, 1918 Since then the tournaments 
have been held at the University of Kentucky, in the Louisville 
Armory, at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville 
and Rupp Arena in Lexington Girls Tournaments were started in 
1921. discontinued in 1932 and revived in 1975 The winners of 
the state tournaments since the beginning have been; 

GIRLS' TOURNAMENTS Ashland. ''921; Ashland. 1922. 
West Louisville. 1923. Ashland. 1924, Georgetown. 1925; 
Maysville. 1926, West Louisville. 1927; Ashland. 1928; Ashland. 
1929; Hazard. 1930; Woodburn, 1931, Woodburn, 1932, Butler 
(Louisville). 1975, Sacred Heart Academy. 1976; Laurel County. 
1977; Laurel County. 1978; Laurel County, 1979; Butler' 1980; 
Pulaski County, 1981; Marshall County, 1982. 

BOYS' TOURNAMENTS Lexington, 1918, Lexington, 1919, 
Lexington. 1920. Manuel. 1921; Lexington. 1922, Manuel. 1923; 
Lexington. 1924, Manuel. 1925, St Xavier. 1926, MM I. 1927. 
Ashland. 1928; Heath. 1929. Corinth. 1930; Manuel. 1931, Hazard. 
1932; Ashland. 1933. Ashland. 1934; St Xavier 1935. Corbin. 
1936; Midway, 1937, Sharpe, 1938, Brooksville. 1939. Haze! 
Green, 1940; Inez, 1941, Lafayette, 1942, Hindman, 1943, Harlan, 
1944; Male, 1945. Breckinridge. 1946. Maysville. 1947, Brewers. 
1948; Owensboro. 1949, Lafayette, 1950; Clark County, 1951; 
Cuba, 1952; Lafayette, 1953; Inez, 1954, Hazard. 1955; Carr 
Creek. 1956. Lafayette. 1957, St Xavier, 1958, North Marshall, 
1959; Flaget, 1960. Ashland. 1961. St Xavier. 1962; Seneca, 1963; 
Seneca, 1964; Breckinridge County. 1965, Shelby County, 1966. 
Earlington, 1967, Glasgow, 1968, Central, 1969, Male, 1970; Male, 
1971. Owensboro. 1972; Shawnee. 1973; Central. 1974; Male. 



1975 
1978 



Edmonson County, 1976; Ballard, 1977; Shelby County. 
Lafayette. 1979; Owensboro, 1980; Simon Kenton, 1981; 



Laurel County, 1982. 



TOURNAMENT TIME IS HERE! 
A TIME FOR COMPLETE DEDICATION, 
KEEN COMPETITION, CLEAN SPORTSMAN- 
SHIP AND ENTHUSIASM ON THE PART OF 
PLAYERS AND FANS. ONLY ONE TEAM 
WILL WIN THE TROPHY, BUT EVERY 
PARTICIPANT WILL BENEFIT FROM TAK- 
ING PART. 



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1983 Kentucky State High School Boys' Basketball Tournament Results 

at Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

March 16-19, 1983 



Clark Co. 


61 


Scott Co. 


69 


Breathitt Co. 


66 


Carlisle Co. 


78 


McCreary Central 


58 


Christian Co. 


64 


Highlands 


68 


Owensboro 


76 


Ballard 


65 


Warren Central 


61 


Taylor Co. 


65 


Sheldon Clark 


81 


Greenup Co. 


52 


Henry Clay 


71 


MIddlesboro 


66 


Falrdale 


67 



Scott Co. 


44 


Carlisle Co. 


60 


Christian Co. 


47 


Owensboro 


62 


Ballard 


62 


Sheldon Clark 


58 


Henry Clay 


86 


Falrdale 


61 





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Brad Loucks . . 
Sieve Miliar . 
Terry Stewart , 
Cliuck Taylor 
John White 
Keith York 


. . Owensboro 
. Henry Ciay 

Ballard 

. Owensboro 

Bailard 

Carlisle Co. 


Craig Eversoli 
Phillip Hail 
Darrln Harris . 
Mike Harrison 
David Joiner 


Warren Cenlrai 

Cariisie Co. 

Scon Co. 

Fairdaie 

Christian Co. 



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TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 




Barry Barnes 
Rockport 


Lay Brashear 
Ellzabelhtown 


Don Byars 
Lexington 


Burnard Collier 
Sidney 


Jackie Cupp 
London 


Don Green 

Mayfield 


Pete Hayes 
Louisville 


Dennis Jackson 
Paducah 


John Radjunas 
Northridge 


Dan Sullivan 
Ft. Thomas 







The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV., NO. 8 



APRIL, 1983 



$5.00 Per Year 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Hyatt Regency, Lexington, 
on Friday, March 18, 1983.Themeeting was called to order 
by President Fairce Woods at 9:00 a.m. Board members 
Charles Black, John Brock, Whaylon Coleman, Pat 
Crawford, Eldon Davidson, Alvis Johnson, Robert L. 
Rogers and Ray Story; Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout were 
present. Conley Manning was present representing the 
State Department of Education. Mr. Manning gave the 
invocation. 

Robie Harper moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that 
the minutes of the January meeting of the Board be 
approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

At this point. President Woods asked Mr. Mills to 
introduce our special guests. Mr. Mills stated that he was 
both honored and proud to introduce Mr. Brice Durbin, the 
Executive Secretary of the National Federation of High 
School Associations and his assistant Mr. Richard 
Schindler. Mr. Mills explained that Mr. Durbin and Mr. 
Schindler had arrived the evening before and had attended 
the Thursday night session of the Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament. 

Mr. Durbin spoke briefly to the Board, expressing his 
appreciation for the invitation to visit with the K.H.S.A.A. 
He explained that his greatest thrill was being a part of the 
over 19,000 fans present to witness the fourth session of 
the 1983 Boys' State Basketball Tournament and the joy he 
received in hearing Governor Happy Chandler sing "My 
Old Kentucky Home". Mr. Durbin stated that he is looking 
forward to the summer of 1985 when Lexington will serve 
as the host city for the summer meeting of the National 
Federation of High School Associations. 

Mr. Mills then introduced Mr. Doug Ruedlinger. of Doug 
Ruedlinger, Inc. /Student Insurance. Mr. Mills explained 
that he had invited Mr. Ruedlinger to appear before the 
Board to inform them of the new Liability/Unlimited 
Lifetime Catastrophe Medical Insurance Plan being 
offered to State Associations for the first time. 

Mr. Ruedlinger explained that the new plan was being 
offered only to affiliated schools and school districts 
through the National Federation Student Protection Trust 
and is underwritten through the Ideal Mutual Insurance 
Company, a company with an "A" rating, assets in excess 
of $100 million and admitted to do business in all fifty 
states. 

The medical benefits are much broader and much more 
extensive than any existing catastrophe program. It 
provides a catastrophically injured student (one whose 
medical expenses exceed $10,000) with lifetime medical 
benefits as well as unlimited payments for rehabilitation, 
occupational therapy, etc. Alternative to providing lifetime 
care for the student and meeting family adjustment 
expenses, is the $5,000,000 excess liability coverage for 
the school, the district, coaches. Athletic Directors and 
administrators against suit by a catastrophically injured 
student hurt while practicing for or participating in events 
under the jurisdiction of the State Association. 



Mr. Ruedlinger pointed out the highlights of the plan as 
follows: (1) $5 Million Liability Protection: (2) Unlimited 
Lifetime Medical Payments including, but not limited to (a) 
specially equipped auto or van if necessary, (b) 
construction cost of remodeling of residence to specially 
equipped home if necessary, (c) work loss up to $300 per 
week, (d) up to $1,000 for attorney's fees, (e) counseling of 
parents and immediate family, (f) travel expenses of 
parents or guardian to hospital to visit injured student, (g) 
rehabilitation expenses. 

Mr. Ruedlinger explained that this plan has a $10,000 
deductible clause and is provided at a cost of $1.00 per 
individual student athlete. He further explained that the 
$10,000 deductible clause could be eliminated from the 
plan for an additional $2.00 per individual student athlete 
as shown on the Annual Participation List. Thus, providing 
excess coverage from the first dollar to lifetime benefits. 

Following Mr. Ruedlinger's presentation and a lengthy 
discussion on the present catastrophic plan provided by 
the Association (coverage of up to $1 00,000 with a $1 ,000 
deductible clause) as compared to the additional benefits 
being provided under the proposed plan, Mr. Brock moved 
that the K.H.S.A.A. accept the Liability/Lifetime Medical 
Insurance Plan beginning with the 1983-84 school year 
and pay the $1.00 annual premium based on each 
individual athlete as shown on the Annual Participation 
List as filed with the Association by member schools at the 
close of each school year. Mr. Bob Rogers seconded the 
motion and it passed unanimously. 

Mr. Ruedlinger assured the Board that K.H.S.A.A. 
member schools would be informed of the provisions of 
the plan and given an opportunity to eliminate the $10,000 
deductible clause at an additional cost of $2.00 per 
individual athlete. 

President Woods stated that the next item on the agenda 
was the appeal of Principal Bill Kelley on the eligibility 
status of Fred M. Settle, a student at West Hardin High 
School. 

Following Mr. Kelley's presentation, John Brock moved 
that By-Law 5, Section 4 be waived in this case. Ray Story 
seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. 

Mr. Woods then called on Principal Thomas Holloway 
who was present to appeal the ruling of the Commissioner 
on the eligibility status of Brian Kelly Rohan. Brian is 
ineligible under the provisions of By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. 
Following Mr. Holloway's presentation and a discussion 
thereof, Ray Story moved, seconded by Pat Crawford that 
By-Law 6 not be waived in this case. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Mr. Mills then presented a letter received from Rev. 
Thomas Duerr, Principal of Trinity High School, 
requesting that By-Law 5, Section 4 be waived in favor of 
Luis Gaye. After considering the facts in the case. Bob 
Rogers moved that By-Law 5, Section 4 be waived in this 
case. Pat Crawford seconded the motion and it passed 
unanimously. 

Mr. Mills reported the results of the recent election for 
new Board members in Sections 2 and 5. He stated that 
Superintendent David L. Webb, Edmonson County 
defeated Principal Howard Gorrell of Logan County High 
School by a vote of 23-14 in Section 2. Principal Chester 

(continued on page 2) 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1983 



APRIL, 1983 VOL. XLIV, NO. 8 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucl<y. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to : 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington. Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President — Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 
Vice President — Robie Harper (1979-1983) Drakesboro 
Directors — Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, John 
Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman (1980- 

1984) Ow/ensboro, Patrick L. Cravi^ford (1982-1986) 
Louisville, Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981- 

1985) Barlow, Ray Story (1982-1986); Conley Manning, 
State Department of Education Representative. 

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(continued from Page One) 

Turner of Highlands High School was the winner in 
Section 5 with a total of 19 votes as opposed to 16 votes 
received by Superintendent Jack Moreland of the Dayton 
Independent Schools and 7 votes received by Principal 
Frank Lyons of Walton-Verona High School. 

Mr. Wise gave a brief report on the progress of the Boys' 
State Basketball Tournament stating that the attendance 
at this point was close to being even with that of 1982. He 
stated that he would provide a more detailed report on 
both the boys and girls tournaments during the April 
meeting of the Board. A financial audit of both 
tournaments will appear in the August issue of the 
"Athlete", 

Mr. Mills reported that as requested by President Woods 
he had contacted representatives of the Superintendents, 
Principals, Athletic Directors and Coaches Association for 
representatives to serve on the Football Committee. They 
are as follows: Superintendents: Don Sparks, Mayfield 
City Schools; William Birdwell, Bourbon County Schools; 
Principals: Waymond Morris, Daviess County High 
School; Jack Portwood, Lincoln County High School; 
Athletic Directors: Don Webb, Bowling Green High 
School; Joe Judy, Harrison County High School; Coaches 
Association: Jake Bell, Henry Clay High School; Mike 
Murphy, Newport High School. Eldon Davidson moved 
that the members of the Football Committee be approved 
as recommended. Robie Harper seconded the motion and 
it passed unanimously. 

Bob Rogers made the motion that Ray Story, Alvis 
Johnson and Billy Wise be assigned to the Football 
Committee. Whaylon Coleman seconded the motion and it 
passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the proposed sites for the first 
Girls Softball Tournament, Bob Rogers moved, seconded 
by John Brock, that Woodford County High School be the 



designated site for the 1983 tournament. The motion 
passes unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented correspondence received from the 
Ninth Region Policy Committee requesting waiver of 
certain rules and regulations for girls Softball. The Board 
took the following action: 

1. The use of one or two umpires is optional. 

2. The use of shin guards is optional. 

3. The use of the face mask, chest protector, batting 
and base running helmets is required. 

4. All bases shall be tied down. 

Mr. Mills was advised to advertise the fact that the Board 
will consider sites for the 1985 Boys and Girls Basketball 
Tournaments during its July meeting. All parties 
interested in submitting a bid to host the tournament 
should have their bid on the Commissioner's desk on or 
before July 15, 1983. 

Mr. Mills presented a request received from Principal 
Robert Abell, Simon Kenton High School, that schools in 
the Ninth Region be re-aligned in basketball. Following a 
discussion on the request, it was the decision of the Board 
that the request be referred to the Basketball Committee 
for further study, with instructions to submit any 
recommendations for change to the full Board during their 
January 1984 meeting. 

Mr. Mills explained that a few member schools were 
encountering difficulty in adjusting their schedules and 
contracts to meet the limitation of season requirements on 
starting dates in basketball and requested that the Board 
give hi m the authority to waive the rule for one year only for 
those schools faced with this problem. Pat Crawford 
moved, seconded by Charles Black that the Commissioner 
be given the authority to waive the rule for one year only to 
permit schools to honor existing contracts. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented correspondence received from Mr. 
Carson Jones requesting the Board to waive By-Law 32, 
Post Season and All-Star Games, thereby permitting 
Kentucky students to participate in the Tri-State 
Independent Basketball Tournament held in Evansville, 
Indiana, without loss of eligibility. Following a brief 
discussion on the request Bob Rogers moved that the 
request be denied. Ray Story seconded the motion and it 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented correspondence received from 
Assistant Coach Chuck Childress, requesting that the 
Madisonville-North Hopkins High School basketball team 
be permitted to travel to Ireland to participate in a 
tournament. Ray Story moved, seconded by Bob Rogers 
that if the trip is scheduled prior to the end of the 1982-83 
academic school year, the request be denied. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Bob Rogers made the motion that the last sentence 
under Section VI, 3 of Rules and Regulations governing 
basketball tournaments be deleted. This sentence now 
provides that "In no case shall this amount exceed 
seventy-five dollars". Alvis Johnson seconded the motion 
and it passed unanimously. 

Bob Rogers then moved that Section IX-C, Seeding, be 
changed to read as follows: Teams may be seeded in the 
district tournaments, if there are at least four teams in the 
district, by a 2/3 vote of the schools. If schools vote to seed 
it shall be done on a five year basis. Following a lengthy 
discussion Ray Story moved that the motion be tabled until 
the April meeting of the Board. Charles Black seconded 
the motion and it passed by a majority of 7-2. 

Following a discussion on the present format used 
during the State 8tiskctball Tournaments, Pat Crawford 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1983 



PAGE THREE 



requested that the Basketball Committee give study to 
changing the plans to eliminate Saturday morning 
contests. 

Mr. Wise discussed with members of the Board 
problems he has encountered with the managers of 
several motels where teams have been assigned to stay 
during the tournament but chose to stay elsewhere. Mr. 
Wise explained that the K.H.S.A.A. had signed contracts 
with each motel and was obligated to pay the agreed room 
rate even though the teams did not stay there. Following a 
brief discussion, Pat Crawford moved, seconded by 
Whaylon Coleman that teams be required to stay at 
assigned motels or forfeit their room allowance. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills was asked to try to schedule a meeting of the 
newly formed Football Committee on April 14, 1983, at 
10:00 a.m. 

Mr. Woods called a meeting of the Staff Committee for 
April 13, 1983, at 8:00 p.m. 

John Brock moved, seconded by Charles Black, that all 



Male (1311) - Roederer, 262; Pitts, 274; Hammona, zt}4 

Johnson, 271; Bryant, 250. 

Owensboro (1278) - Holton, 271; Davis, 254; Roberts, 259; 

Sanders, 248; Bennett, 246. 

Paul Blazer (1192) - Hays, 253; Rankin, 260; Jones, 195 

Barney, 256; Fugitt, 228. 

Shawnee (1066) - Boyd, 236; McGuffin, 231; Mercer, 188 

Campbell, 207; Herron, 204. 

Fort Knox (1058) - Robinson, 222; Goree, 207; Potter, 224: 

Toscano, 207; McDonald, 198. 

Butler (1053) - Ware, 269; Wentworth, 243; Raymer, 173 

Tierney, 223; Orrender, 245. 

Iroquois (1046) - Langlois, 237; Richardson, 237; Wardrip 

205; Cook, 168; Pevlor, 199. 

Valley (983) - Decker, 241; Graham, 152; Decker, 193 

Johnson, 218; Keener, 179. 



ALL STATE RIFLE TEAMS 



bills of the Associa 


ion for the period beginning January 1 , 


1st Team 


School 


1983, and er 


ding 


February 28, 1983, be allowed. 


The 


ENGLE, Doug 


Fern Creek 


motion carried unanimously. 








GALLOWAY, Bill 


Fern Creek 


The next meeting 


of the Board of Contro 


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uled 


BARBIEA, Dale 


Southern 


for April 14 


1983, 


at 2:00 p.m., at the K.H.S.A.A. Office 


JUMP, John 


Jeffersontown 


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MANNEN, Patti 


Southern 


There being no 


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Rogers moved, 






seconded by Ray Story, that the 
The motion passed unanimously. 


meeting be adjou 


ned. 


2nd Team 

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The following Baseball 


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officials have qualified for the 



1983 

RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP 

RESULTS 

Fern Creek High School won the team and individual 
State Rifle Marksmanship Championship on April 2, 1983. 
The team score was 1414 with Doug Engle taking 
individual honors with a score of 289. 

Thirteen teams competed in the tournament which was 
held at Jeffersontown High School. Team scores are as 
follows: 

Fern Creek (1414) - Engle, 289; Boyd, 277; Tran, 281; 

Moats, 280; Galloway, 287. 

Jeffersontown (1392) - Smith, 281; Kelty, 278; Jump, 282; 

Smith, 275; Howard, 276. 

Southern (1381) -Barbiea, 282; Roberts, 279; Mannen, 281; 

Byrd, 272; Wagner, 267. 

Seneca (1329) - Harrington, 278; Dennison, 261; Graves, 

265; Reamsnyder, 244; Brightwell, 281. 

Eastern (1314) - Kaltenhaler, 268; Cox, 248; Wheatley, 257; 

Bridges, 268; Tucker, 273. 



ratings for APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a result of the 
National Federation Examination: 



APPROVED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 



Berkhimer, Lewis 
Bonzo, Jim R. 
Brady, Ron 
Brewer, Preston 
Conley, Mark R. 
Doyle, Brent 
Drake, John E. 
Evans, Ronnie B. 
Fields, Ronald M. 
Gaddis, G. Scott 
Handy, Gary S. 
Harlan, Bobby Ray 
Hobbs, C.V., Jr. 
Hughes, Roy S. 
Jachimczuk, Charles S. 
Logsdon, Charles W. 



McConnaughhay, Clyde 
McDaniel, Michael Allen 
Mathews, Arthur E. 
Mitchell, Curtis N. 
Myers, Stephen E. 
Pardue, Israel L. 
Perry, Eddie 
Sammons, Tim 
Shaw, Calvin W. 
Short, Bill L. 
Stephens, Tony 
Strader, Micky 
Thomas, Paul R. 
Uriage, William J. 
Wolf, Eric 
Woosley, Travis 



CERTIFIED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 



Roof, David H. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1983 



PAGE FIVE 



SACRED HEART ACADEMY — GIRLS' CHAMPION 
1983 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




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(Team Members) K. McGrath, K. Augustus, S. Augustus, M. Curley, M. Curtey, A. Oberst, L. Calliff, L. Ridge, P. Meagher, C. 
Baxter, A. Allen, M. O'Hern, E. Brown, J. Sauer, J. Schroening, S. Dudgen, R. Carrigan, K. Hagan, Coaches: B. Oyler, L. 
Stapleton. 



COVINGTON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPION 
1983 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Left to Right) Front Row: L. Summe, R. Summe, J. Thelen, B. Brungs, S. Ryan, T. Whittle, R. Woltenberg. Second Row: J. 
Wossman, B. Wehrman, B. Mang, K. Crail. Third Row: R. Erpenbeck, K. Summe, M. Dressman, A. Hagedam, B. Summe, D. 
Fedders. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1983 



1983 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, RICHMOND, KY — FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25 & 26, 1983 



GIRLS' FINAL RESULTS 



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7. Bryan Station (BS) 

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10. Higtilands (HGH) 

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20. Bowling Green (EG) 

21. Connor (CON) 
21. Paul Blazer (PB) 

21. Woodford County (WC) 

24. Scott County (SC) 

25. Fern Creek (FNC) 
25. Hopkinsville (HOP) 

27. Henderson County (HEN) 

28. Kentucky Country Day (KCD) 

29. Apollo (APO) 

30. Ballard (BAL) 

30. Owensboro (OWB) 
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#1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

Louisville Male 1:56.85 

Notre Dame 1 :58.79 

Tates Creek 2:00.06 

Highlands 2:02.61 

Sacred Heart Academy 2:04.38 

Scott 2:04.85 



»2 - 200 Yard Freeilyle 

Laureen Welling, MLE . 
Peggy Meagher, SHA , . 
Elizabeth Miles, COL . . 
Susan Torbett, MOD , . 
Melisa Schreiber, VMA 
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Tori Trees, ATH 2:08,30 

Beverly Acker, MOD 2:09 03 

Jill Bakehorn, TC 2:15,00 

Gail Huttenlocher, MLE 2:15,27 

Lisa Wollenberg. NDA 2:16,30 

Tricia Miller, WAG 2:19,36 

«4 - 50 Yard Freaatyla 

Amy Heasley. JC 25.53 

Vicki Robinson, BS 25,98 

Betsy Wilmer, HGH 26,05 

Laura Fazey, TC 26,25 

Sandra Cummings, HOP 26.56 

JodI Thelen, NDA 26.92 



#5 - 1 Meter Diving 

Paula Crail, NDA 404,40 

Julie Jell, JC 373-95 

Lee Livesay, WAG 365,25 

Diane Skellenger, JC 340,20 

Maria O'Hern, SHA 330.25 

Ann Allen, SHA 323,30 

#6 - 100 Yard BuNerily 

Kara McGralh, SHA 56,91 

Lisa Goodman, SHC 59,03 

Amy Heasley, JC 1 :00,48 

Vicki Robinson, BS 1 :00.55 

Kelly Boone, ET 1 :01 ,50 

Laura Fazey, TC 1:01.63 

«7 - 100 Yard Freeatyle 

Laureen Welting. MLE 53,23 

Melisa Schreiber, VMA 54.28 

Tracy Robinson, BS 54,30 

Peggy Meagher, SHA 54,54 

Andrea Kuhl, FTC 55,55 

Betsy Wilmer, HGH 56,76 

, #8 - 500 Yard Freeatyle 

" Kara McGrath, SHA 4:57,19 

Susan Torbett. MOD 5:11,68 

Gail Huttenlocher, MLE 5:12.03 

Elizabeth Miles, COL 5:15.22 

., Wendy Kolhepp, NDA 5:19.52 

Ann Fisher. WC 5:23.45 



»9 - 100 Yard Backstroke 

■ Tori Trees, ATH 

Jill Bakehorn. TC 

Tracy Robinson, BS 

Kelly Sammartin, LAF ... 

Kelly Boone, ET 

Linda Bridwell, LAF 



ItIO - 100 Yard Breaststroke 

* Beverly Acker, MOD 

Lisa Goodman, SHC 

Kelly Ariz. SCT 

Lisa Woltenberg, NDA 

Tricia Miller, WAG 

Linda Sharp, FNC 



#11 - 400 Yard Freeatyle Relay 

1 * Sacred Heart Academy 

2, Model 

3, Lafayette 

4, Bryan Station 

5, Elizabethtown 

6, Henry Clay 



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^ Denotes New State Record 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1983 



PAGE SEVEN 



1983 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, RICHMOND, KY — FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25 & 26, 1983 



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»2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

Matt Dressman, CC 1:41.74 

Chris Godfrey. ET 1:47.29 

John Wine. STX 1:48.30 

Ron Wileman, BAL 1:48.95 

Robert Gibbs. MOD 1:49.09 

Scott Wynkoop. ATH 1:60.58 

«3 - 200 Yard Individual Medley 

Bnan Summe. CC 1 59,39 

Tim Chapman. OCH 2:04.32 

Billy Godfrey. ET 2:04.56 

Lee Robinson, IvIOD 2:05.08 

Jerry Smith, HOP 2:06,22 

Charlie Oberst, STX 2:09,07 

#4 - 50 Yard Freestyle 

Dan Powell. BG 21 .57 

Glenn Yates. TC 22.59 

Geoff Hogg, TRN 23.01 

Evan Ekman, BAL 23.29 

Tommy Leist, TRN 23,30 

John Fischer, LC 23,77 



«5 - 1 Meter Diving 

Brent Lichty. MOD 429.60 

John Heinhan, MLE 423,76 

Mark McLaughlin, STX 372 95 

Alan Frazer, HGH 351 95 

Andy Henderson, MOD 332 70 

David Blount. HC 313,75 

#6 - 100 Yard Butterfly 

Tim Chapman, OCH 53 33 

Todd Thomason. HEN 54 34 

Evan Ekman. BAL 54 51 

Damon Pardieu. FNC 55 08 

Jim Rogers, HOP 56 28 

Jay Hodgers, BG 56,39 

»7 - 100 Yard Freestyle 

Matt Dressman, CC 46,22 

Dan Powell, BG 48 10 

Glenn Yates. TC 49 69 

Geoff Hogg. TRN 51,02 

Tom Stanford. PB 5111 

Ron W/ileman, BAL 52 09 

«S - 500 Yard Frvestyle 

Chns Godfrey, ET 4:44 64 

Tony Siebal. STX 4 49 16 

Scott Wynkoop. ATH 4:54 49 

John Muenks, HC 5 00 80 

Mike McAllister. MLE 6 09 22 

Scott Musson. TRN 5:17,67 



»9 - 100 Yard Backstroke 

Todd Thomason, HEN 56,76 

Billy Godfrey, ET 56,95 

John Muenks, HC 58 12 

Charlie Oberst, STX 58,33 

Lee Robinson, MOD 59 40 

Eric Hibbard, CON 59 84 



•10-100 Yard Breaststroke 

Brian Summe, CC 

Robert Gibbs, MOD 

Matt Jordan, MLE 

John Wine, STX 

Scott Kretzschmar, MOD , , . 
Kirk Johnson, TC 



00 63 
01,07 
03,62 
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»11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Covington Catholic 320,63 

Bowling Green 3:20,63 

St Xavier 3:24.94 

Model 3:26.14 

Trinity 3:30.76 

Paul Blazer 3:33.78 



* Denotes New State Record 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1983 



^ 



STATE TRACK 
MEET INFORMATION 



Friday, May 20, 1983 

Practice Schedule: The Shively Track will be open for 
practice all day for those who wish to use it. 

Team Packets: Team packets and numbers can be 
picked up from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in front of the Shively Sports 
Center Building or Saturday morning, May 21 , from 8:00- 
9:30 a.m. at the gate to the track. 

Coaches Meeting: There will be a coaches and officials 
meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Shively Sports Center, Room 
102. 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. 
STATE TRACK MEET 

Classes A, AA, AAA Boys - Classes A, AA, AAA Girls 

FINALS - Saturday, May 21, 1983 
TRACK 

10:00 — A Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 

10:05 — AA Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 

10:10 — AAA Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 

10:20 — A Boys - 110m High Hurdles 

10:25 — AA Boys - 110m High Hurdles 

10:30 — AAA Boys - 110m High Hurdles 

10:40 — A Girls - 100m Dash 

10:45 — AA Girls - 100m Dash 

10:50 — AAA Girls - 100m Dash 

10:55 — A Boys - 100m Dash 

11:00 — AA Boys - 100m Dash 

11:05 — AAA Boys - 100m Dash 

11:10 — A Girls - 800m Relay 

11:18 — AA Girls -800m Relay 

11:26 — AAA Girls - 800m Relay 

11:34 — A Boys - 800m Relay 

11:42 — AA Boys - 800m Relay 

11:50 — AAA Boys - 800m Relay 

11:58 — A Girls - 1600m Run 

12:06 — AA Girls - 1600m Run 

12:14 — AAA Girls - 1600m Run 

12:22 — A Boys - 1600m Run 

12:30 — AA Boys - 1600m Run ! 

12:38 — AAA Boys - 1600m Run 

LUNCH BREAK 

1:20 — A Girls - 400m Relay 
1:26 — AA Girls - 400m Relay 
1:34 — AAA Girls - 400m Relay 
1:40 — A Boys - 400m Dash 
1:45 — AA Boys - 400m Dash 
1:50 — AAA Boys - 400m Dash 
1:55 — A Girls - 400m Dash 
2:00 — AA Girls - 400m Dash 
2:05 — AAA Girls - 400m Dash 
2:20 — A Boys - 300m Lov\f Hurdles 
2:25 — AA Boys - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:30 — AAA Boys - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:35 — A Girls - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:40 — AA Girls - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:45 — AAA Girls - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:50 — A Boys - 800m Run 
2:55 — AA Boys - 800m Run 
3:00 — AAA Boys - 800m Run 
3:05 — A Girls - 800m Run 



3:10 — AA Girls - 800m Run 
3:15 — AAA Girls - 800m Run 
3:20 — A Boys - 200m Dash 
3:25 — AA Boys - 200m Dash 
3:30 — AAA Boys - 200m Dash 
3:35 — A Girls - 200m Dash 
3:40 — AA Girls - 200m Dash 
3:45 — AAA Girls - 200m Dash 
3:50 — A Boys - 3200m Run 
4:05 — AA Boys - 3200m Run 
4:20 — AAA Boys - 3200m Run 
4:35 — A Girls - 3200m Run 
4:50 — AA Girls - 3200m Run 
5:05 — AAA Girls - 3200m Run 
5:20 — A Boys - 1600m Relay 
5:28 — AA Boys - 1600m Relay 
5:36 — AAA Boys - 1600m Relay 
5:44 — A Girls - 1600m Relay 
6:04 — AA Girls - 1600m Relay 
6:10 — AAA Girls - 1600m Relay 
6:20 AWARDS 



FIELD EVENTS 



SHOT 

9:00 — Boys A 
10:30 — Boys AA 
12:00 — Boys AAA 
1:30 — Girls A 
3:00 — Girls AA 
4:30 — Girls AAA 

DISCUS 

9:00 — Girls AAA 
10:30 — Girls AA 
12:00 — Girls A 
1 :30 — Boys A 
3:00 — Boys AA 
4:30 — Boys AAA 

POLE VAULT 

9:00 — Boys A 
12:00 — Boys AA 
3:00 — Boys AAA 



HIGH JUMP 

9:00 — Girls A 
10:30 — Girls AA 
12:00 — Girls AAA 

1 :30 — Boys A 

3:00 — Boys AA 

4:30 — Boys AAA 

LONG JUMP 

9:00 — Boys AAA 
10:30 — Boys AA 
12:00 — Boys A 

1:30 — Girls A 

3:00 — Girls AA 

4:30 — Girls AAA 

TRIPLE JUMP 

12:00 (Noon) — Boys AAA 
2:00 — Boys AA 
4:00 — Boys A 



1983 Fencing 
Championships Results 

Oneida Baptist Institute won the 15th Kentucky High 
School Fencing Championship which was held at 
Atherton High School, Louisville, on April 2, 1983. 
Oneida's team scored 45 points. Individual winners were 
as follows: 

Foil: Tim Hensley, Jessamine Co. 

Mike Chambers, Oneida 
Suprachart Janekarnkit, Oneida 

Epee: Tim Hensley, Jessamine Co. 

Suprachart Janekarnkit, Oneida 
Eric Grainger, Oneida 

Sabre: Mike Chambers, Oneida 

Rick Bennett, Oneida 
Roderick Haroutunian, Oneida 

In the girls' competition, which included only the foil, 
Amy Driscoll of Sacred Heart Academy was the champion 
with Sue KargI and Patty Hensel, both of Sacred Heart 
taking second and third places, respectively. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1983 



PAGE NINE 





NATIONAL BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME 
PICTURES NEEDED 



We have received a request from Lee Williams, Executive Director of tfie Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of 
Fame located in Springfield, Massachusetts, for 8x10 blacl< and white pictures of high school basketball 
teams, individuals or action shots. They are building a brand new Hall of Fame to be located on the interstate in 
downtown Springfield, Massachusetts, and plan to cover one entire wall with a montage of black and white 
pictures of high school basketball action throughout the United States. They are interested in either current or 
past photographs of high school action, cheerleaders with basketball in the background, outstanding teams, 
individuals, etc. They want photographs of both boys and girls competition. 

We realize and have explained to Lee Williams/that most of this' will have to come directly from the schools or 
possibly the media. Unless the photos are historic, they will be retained by the Basketball Hall of Fame. If they 
are historic and there are no duplicates, please notify them to this effect, and they will reproduce the photos 
and then return them. 

It will be of great assistance to them and also a tribute to high school basketball if you can request your 
schools through your publications to forward such photographs to Lee Williams, Executive Director, Naismith 
Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, P.O. Box 175 - Highland Station, Springfield, Massachusetts 01109. 



mim 



NEUROLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE 
INJURED ATHLETE BY REFEREES 




On occasion, a referee or umpire will happen upon an athlete who has been struck in the performance of a 
routine athletic maneuver who is either unconscious, dazed and confused, or is considered to have had a 
concussion. The following are guidelines which can be used to assess these injured players: 

1. Ask tfie injured athlete his full name. 

2. Question him as to if he is experiencing tingling, numbness or weakness of any part of his body, especially arms and 
legs. 

3. Ask him if he has any pain in the spinal region or has a headache. 

4. If he answers the above correctly, ask him what play was run; what down was the play executed upon, and what is the 
score. 

5. If there is any question as to the ability of the athlete to respond or his responses are inappropriate, the team 
physician should be summoned immediately! 

6. Any athlete suspected of having a concussion should be removed for at least half of the contest and, more advisedly, 
the remainder ofthe athletic contest and should be cleared by the team physician prior to resumption of participation 
in contact sports. It should be emphasized that all athletes who sustain a concussion may not have loss of 
consciousness. It is for that reason that the specific questions enumerated in #4 are particularly important and valid. 
Many athletes may well know their name, have no evidence of neurological injury, yet not be able to recall the 
specifics of the play, his particular assignments or the down of the contest. 

7. Any athlete who has sustained three concussions in one season should be eliminated from contact sports for that 
particular season. It is also advisable that if any athlete is suspected of having a concussion, that he be evaluated by 
the team physician before he is allowed to return. 

These simple guidelines are a rule that can be applied for evaluation ofathleteswith suspected concussion. 
However, the best and safest rule is to defer any question to the team physician who is in attendance at that 
particular game. 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1983 



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1982-83 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT I 



."; 8-2-3 Penalty (Pg. 56) - In third line, change "lane" to "base". Umpire's 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book, 6-2-2 Penalty (Pg. 32) - In third line after "called", delete "and in . 

signals (Pg 62) - In "I" delete "or foul". 

Case Book Revision, 

Play 5 (Pg. 4) - Change ruling to read: R1 is out immediately, and if the umpire judged the interference prevented a possible double play, B2 would be 
called out. Play 12 (Pg. 5) - Change ruling to read: In (a) the pitcher has one minute to complete his five warm-up throws. In (b) the pitcher may take eight 
warm-up throws provided he can do so in one minute. The one-minute time limit at the start of each half-inning begins at the conclusion of the final out of 
the previous half-mning. 3.1.1c Play (Pg. 15) - In second hne, delete "umpire indicates ball ready for play" and replace with, "the first pitch to SI." 5.1.2b 
Play (Pg. 22) - Change last sentence in ruling to read: In (a) he is out. 6.2.1a Play (Pg. 28) - Change "eight" to "nine" in the third line. 6.2.2c Play (Pg. 28) - 
Delete "d and Note" from reference at the end of the sentence. 6.2.4h Play (Pg. 29) - Add "Comment - Team at bat has no option if batter and all runners 
advance at least one base." 6.2 4n Play (Pg. 30) - Add "Comment - Team at bat has no option if batter and all runners advance at least one base." 7.3.1 b 
Play (Pg. 33) - Delete. 7,3.1e Play (Pg. 34) -After "strike" in first sentence, add "because B1 was in violation of the 20-second rule." 8.1. 1j Play (Pg. 38)- 
Change"B2"to "83" in first line. 8.2. 1h Play (Pg. 40) - Delete "out" in second line. 8.3.4a Comment (Pg. 45) - Delete first line at top of page. Umpire's 
Signals (Pg. 59) - In "I", delete "or foul". 



SITUATION #1: With the bases loaded, B4 walks. R1 approaching home 

plate removes his helmet. 

RULING: Rl is out. Even though a chance of a play occurring is slim, it 

does exist. Therefore, for safety purposes, Rl would be declared out. 1-1-5 

SITUATION #2: Prior to the game the coach asks Jones to warm up F1. 

Jones warms up F1 in (a) the bullpen, (b) in front of the dugout, or (c) 

outside the foul fence near the parking lot. Umpire notices that Jones is not 

wearing a mask with a throat protector and suspects that he is also 

negligent in wearing a protective cup. 

RULING: Any player warming up a pitcher at any location shall wear a 

protective cup and a mask with a throat protector. The umpire has 

jurisdiction in the stadium or field, such as the bullpen, etc. However, he 

should not be concerned with what takes place off the field, i.e., in the 

parking lot, etc. Therefore, in (a) and (b) Jones should be instructed to 

secure a catcher's mask with athroat protector and put on a cup before he 

is allowed to continue warming up the pitcher. In (c) even though Jones 

should be wearing a mask with a throat protector and be using a protective 

cup, it is not up to the umpire to seek enforcement of the rule outside the 

confines of the stadium. 1-1-5 

SITUATION #3: F2 is struck in the groin by a foul ball. While attending to 

the injury, the coach who had previously attested that his players were 

properly equipped, advises the umpire that F2 is not wearing a protective 

cup. The coach was aware that F2 was not wearing a cup, but "didn't feel it 

was necessary." 

RULING: Because this was a flagrant violation of the rule, it may be 

penalized under unsportsmanlike conduct, and the coach would be 

ejected. 1-1-5, 3-1-lj 

SITUATION #4: B3 hits a ground ball to F6. Rl, running from second to 

third, shouts at F6 as he passes in front of him. 

RULING: When an act by the team at bat interferes with, obstructs, 

impedes, hinders or confuses any fielder attempting to make a play, it is 

offensive interference. Consequently, Rl would be declared out. 2-5-3 

SITUATION #5: Rl attempts to steal second as B2 swings and misses the 

pitch and falls or leans over in front of F2, which causes F2 not to try and 

play on Rl. 

RULING: This is batter interference. The batter does not have to step out of 

the batter's box to be called for batter's interference. 2-5-3, Points of 

Emphasis 

SITUATION #6: Coach advises home plate umpire that 81 will bat for B3, bt 

83 will return on defense. 

RULING: Umpire will make the batting change, but will advise the coach 

that he or 83 must report the re-entry at the end of the half-inning. If the 

change is not reported and 83 enters the game, he is subject to appeal for 

illegal substitution. 3-1-1 

SITUATION #7: 83 hits safely to right field. F2 is standing on the third base 

side of the plate watching the ball as it is picked up by F9. Rl from third 

base, bowls over F2 before touching the plate. 

RULING: The run scores. Rl is ejected. 3-1 -1-f 

SITUATION #8: While the third baseman of Team A is taking infield, 

members of Team 8 begin heckling him about his uniform, etc. 

RULING: As soon as the umpire detects this unsportsmanlike act, he shall 

warn the offending team that if the act is repeated, violators will be 

banished from the game. 3-1-1-i 

SITUATION #9: With Rl on first and stealing, 82 hits a fly ball to center 

field. Rl thinks F8 will make the catch and starts to return to first base. B2. 

sees F8 miss the ball and rounds first. In desperation F8 throws wildly to 

first and the ball sails into dead ball territory. Both R1 and 82 are between 

first and second base. What is the award? 

RULING: Award the lead runner two bases. The following runner gets one. 

Therefore, R1 is awarded third base and 82 is awarded second base. 8-3-3- 

c 

SITUATION #10: With the bases loaded, 84 hits a double. As he round 

second base, he passes the preceding runner. Is the ball dead 

immediately? 



RULING: No. The umpire shall call 84 out immediately, but the ball 

remains alive. 8-4-2-h 

SITUATION #11: Smith is the DH for Jones. In the third inning (a) Smith 

goes in for Jones on defense or (b) Jones bats for Smith, or (c) Smith is 

ejected and is replaced by Lee as the new DH. 

RULING: Legal in (a), (b) and (c). There are only two ways a team can lose 

its designated hitter: (1 ) If the DH assumes a defensive position: (2) If the 

player for whom the DH is batting, pinch hits or pinch runs for the DH. If the 

DH is ejected, another player may become the new DH. 3-1-4 

SITUATION #12: Batter of Team A strikes out for the third out. Before 

Team A takes the field they huddle in front of their dugout. At the end of 

one minute the batter is in the box, but the pitcher is not ready to pitch and 

does not deliver a pitch within 20 seconds. 

RULING: Award the batter a ball. The one-minute limit for pitchers to take 

their warm-ups now starts at the conclusion of the previous half-inning 

instead of when he reaches the mound. At the end of the one-minute time 

limit, the pitcher has 20 seconds to deliver a pitch. 6-2-2-c 

SITUATION #13: After the third out of the half inning, the pitcher of Team A 

goes directly to the pitcher's mound. At the end of one minute he is ready to 

pitch, but the batter from Team 8 is talking to some spectators and not 

paying attention to the game. 

RULING: At the end of the one-minute time limit, if the batter does not take 

his place in the batter's box within 20 seconds, he shall be assessed a 

strike. 7-3-1 

COMMENT: The umpire should use good judgment and common sense 

when enforcing the 20-second rule, as some delays may be justifiable. The 

intent of the rule is to keep the game moving and prevent "lolly gagging." 

SITUATION #14: With Rl on second, F1 balks as he delivers a pitch to 82 

attempting to bunt. B2 bunts a slow roller to F3 who tags 82 and whips a 

wild throw to third in an effort to put out Rl . The ball goes into left field and 

Rl scores. 

RULING: The team at bat has the option of taking the result of the play in 

which case Rl would score but B2's out would stand, or it could take the 

penalty for the balk, thereby, Rl would be awarded third and B2 would 

remain at bat. 6-2-5-Penalty 

NOTE: The umpire should ask the coach whether he wants the result of the 

play or penalty. 

SITUATION #15: Rl attempts to steal second. F2 throws to second, but no 

one was there to receive the throw and it bounds into center field. Rl 

advances to third. 

RULING: Rl advanced an extra base as a result of a play on a ball that 

should have been made. Since it is not possible to assign the error to an 

individual player, it is a team error. 9-5-5 

SITUATION #16: With a runner on first and less than two outs, the runner 

attempts to steal as the batter checks his swing The umpire calls ball four 

and the batter starts to first base. However, the catcher asks the umpire to 

check with the base umpire. He does, and the batter is said to have swung, 

and therefore, is called out. The catcher didn't attempt a throw because of 

the initial call of ball four. 

RULING: The umpire-in-chief has the authority to negate any unfairness 

caused by umpire decisions that were reversed or that places base runners 

in jeopardy. The runner must return to the base occupied at the time of the 

pitch. The catcher would normally have tried to put out the runner had the 

call not been ball four. 10-2-3-1 

SITUATION #17: Rl attempts to advance to third base, but misses second. 

He starts to return before the defense initiates appeal action to put him out. 

Does Rl have to be tagged? 

RULING: Unless Rl was forced to advance, the defense must tag the 

runner. 

COMMENT: Anytime the runner misses a base and touches the next 
succeeding base, the defense only has to touch the missed base to put the 
runner out, even if the runner attempts to return before the defense 
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SITUATION #18: B1 fouls a ball off of F2's glove. Before the ball hits the 
ground, F1 catches it. The team at bat contends that a foul tip may only be 
caught by the catcher. 

RULING: Any batted ball that goes directly into the catcher's hands and is 
legally caught by any fielder is a foul tip. 2-8-2 

SITUATION #19: A batted ball hits the batter's leg while he is in the batter's 
box. The ball bounces into fair territory and is fielded there. Is the ball fair 
or foul? 

RULING: It is a foul ball. 2-8-2 

SITUATION #20: 82 chooses to wear metal cleats when he bats, but 
changes to a non-metal cleated shoe when he plays defense. 
RULING: Legal, provided he does not delay the game by changing shoes. 
However, in 1984, metal cleats will be prohibited. 1-1-5 
SITUATION #21: F4 goes onto the field wearing a jacket on the (a) outside 
of his jersey or (b) inside of his jersey. 

RULING: Illegal in (a) and legal in (b). A pitcher may wear a jacket on the 
outside of the jersey upon reaching base. 

SITUATION #22: Coach of Team A submits his lineup to the umpire-in- 
chief, but does not use the proper listing of the designated hitter. Is there a 
penalty? 

RULING: No. The proper listing of the designated hitter is only 
recommended. 
SITUATION #23: With R1 stealing on the pitch, 82 leans over the plate. F2 

(a) starts to make a play on R1, or (b) does not attempt a play on R1. 
RULING: In (a) it is interference. In (b) since F2 made no attempt to play on 
R1, there is no interference. 2-5-3 

SITUATION #24: At the start of the half-inning, F1 takes five quick warm- 
up throws within 35 seconds. Is he allowed additional warmup throws if he 
can complete them in the remaining 25 seconds? 

RULING: No. Between innings, a pitcher is permitted a maximum of five 
warm-up throws which must not exceed one minute. 6-2-2-c 
SITUATION #25: With one out and the bases loaded, 84 hits a shot down 
the right field line scoring three runs. 84, now at third, missed first base and 
R3 missed third base. Which runner is called out first? 
RULING: When a third out is declared during a play in which an umpire 
observed a baserunning infraction, this out takes precedence if 
enforcement of it would negate a score. Therefore, the out for 84 missing 
first base would be the out enforced for the third out. Consequently, no 
runs would score. 9-1-1-d 

SITUATION #26: At the start of the half-inning, SI goes in on defense in 
place of F4. After the first pitch to 81, (a) a member of the team at bat 
discovers that SI has not been properly reported to the umpire-in-chief, or 

(b) a member of the team on defense discovers that SI has not been 
properly reported to the umpire-in-chief, or (c) umpire discovers that S1 
has not been properly reported to the umpire-in-chief. 

RULING: In (a), (b), and (c) 31 is removed for the duration of the game. To 

be a legal substitute, a substitute must report to the umpire-in-chief prior 

to the next pitch, legal or illegal. 3-1-1 

SITUATION #27: SI enters the game at the half-inning without reporting. 

Several pitches later he remembers that he failed to report and tells the 

umpire that he has replaced starter F6. 

RULING: Since he did not report to the umpire-in-chief prior to the first 

pitch to the batter that half-inning, he would be considered an illegal 

substitute and therefore, would be ejected from the game. 3-1-1 

SITUATION #28: With R1 on first, F2 goes to the stretch position, and 

without coming to a complete stop (a) delivers a pitch, or (b) throws to first. 

RULING: Illegal in (a). Legal in (b). 6-1-1 

SITUATION #29: 81 appears at the plate wearing a batting helmet that 

does not have the NOCSAE seal on it, 

RULING: Batting helmets with the NOCSAE seal will be required 

equipment beginning with the 1985 season. As old or worn-out batting 

helmets are replaced, schools are urged to purchase NOCSAE approved 

batting helmets, which are now available^ 1-1-5 

SITUATION #30: R1 is on second base when 82 hits a fly ball that comes 

down directly at the bag. Must the runner vacate the base in order to give a 

fielder a chance to make a play? 

RULING: No. However, the runner must make every effort to give the 

fielder room to make the catch. 

SITUATION #31: F2 is standing in the baseline blocking the plate as R1 

rounds third attempting to score. As R1 nears home, he sees that he cannot 

reach the plate without colliding with F2. To avoid inevitable contact, R1 

slow down at the last second and tries to slip his foot around F2 and touch 

the plate just as F2 receives the ball and tags him. 

RULING: Because F2 blocked the plate without the ball and impeded Rl's 

advancement, the act should be ruled obstruction. In many cases similar to 

this, the umpire is required to judge whether or not the fielder actually was 



at fault and therefore, guilty of obstruction. 2-5-3 
SITUATION #32: When taking the field at the end of the half-inning. Team 
A sends seven substitutes onto the field, each with a ball, to warm up each 
defensive player except the pitcher and the catcher. 
RULING: This type of warm-up procedure is unnecesary and in some 
cases could be a safety hazard, as well as contribute to delay of game. 
Therefore, it shall be prohibited. 

SITUATION #33: On a long fly ball to right field, the right fielder (a) hooks 
his cleats on the snow fence and jumps to catch the ball, or (b) places his 
hand on top of the fence and pulls himself up to catch the ball. Is this legal? 
RULING: Legal in both (a) and (b). 2-3-1 

SITUATION #34: Bases loaded and two out. F2 drops the third strike. Is 
F2's only play at first base on the batter-runner? 

RULING: No. F2 need only touch the plate or tag the runner from third, 
since it is a force play. 7-4-c 

SITUATION #35: R1 on first base attempts to steal second base. F2 makes 
a throw to second base that should have been caught but neither F6 or F4 
were at the base to receive the throw. 

RULING: This is a stolen base and also a team error if R1 advances at least 
to third base on the play. 9-5-5 

SITUATION #36: F4, the player for whom the DM is batting, has been 
directed by his coach to bat in place of the DM the next time it is the DH's 
turn to bat- Does F4 have to report to the umpire-in-chief, even though the 
two players are locked into the same position in the batting order? 
RULING: Yes. Since F4 is replacing the DM, thesubstitution must be made 
to the umpire-In-Chief- 3-1-4 

SITUATION #37: R2 is on second and R1 is on first. 81 hits a sharp 
grounder that strikes F1 in the leg. The ball ricochets off his leg and hits R2, 
who is going to third. Is R2 out? 

RULING: Once a batted ball strikes a fielder, including a pitcher, and then 
hits a runner, that runner would not be out. 8-4-2-f 
SITUATION #38: In the first inning, the umpire discovers that one of the 
players listed on the line-up card given to him by the coach of Team A is not 
wearing the number that the coach listed by his name. 
RULING: There is no penalty. However, the umpire should revise his line- 
up card accordingly. 1-1-1 

SITUATION #39: Team A has uniforms similar to the Oakland A's with 
white undershirt sleeves. F1 takes the mound wearing an undershirt with 
white sleeves. Is he allowed to pitch? 

RULING: No. If the pitcher's undershirt sleeves are exposed, they shall not 
be white nor gray in color. 1-1-5 

SITUATION #40:81 swings early and misses a slow curve which hits in the 
dirt and touches him. 81 contends that because the pitch hit him, he is 
entitled to first. 

RULING: Since 81 struck atthe pitch and missed, it is a strike, even though 
the ball hit him. 7-2-1-b 
! SITUATION #41: A player not in the game is coaching third base. Umpire 
notices that the player is wearing a watch and class ring. Is that player in 
violation of the rule? 

RULING: No. Exposed jewelry that is being worn by a player in the game 
(i.e., on defense, base runner, batter, etc.) shall be prohibited. 1-1-5 
SITUATION #42: With R1 on first, B2, batting left handed, takes ball two 
and immediately (a) steps forward to pick up a rock in the batter's box or 
(b) without moving, looks at the third base coach for a signal just as F2 
attempts a snap throw to F3 in an effort to pick off R1 , The ball hits 82 in the 
side of the head and goes into dead ball territory. 
RULING: In (a) it is interference. Umpire would signal delayed dead ball. 
Batter would be declared out, since attempt on R1 was unsuccessful. In (b) 
the catcher did not properly position himself to make the throw. Therefore, 
the batter shall not be penalized as a result of the errant throw. 7-3-5 
SITUATION #43: 81 steps into the batter's box using (a) a metal bat 
without a grip or (b) a wood bat that has been taped at the handle with a 
plastic type tape. 

RULING: Illegal in (a). All aluminum or metal bats must have a safety grip 
of cork, tape, or composition material that is not slippery. In (b) the bat 
would be illegal because the tape is slippery. Wood bats do not have to 
have a grip or be taped. 1-3-5 

SITUATION #44: While on defense, F7 is discovered using a golve that 
does not meet the rule specifications. Is F7 to be ejected? 
RULING: No. The illegal glove is simply replaced with a glove that meets 
the rule specifications. 1-3-6 

SITUATION #45: F5 goes to the mound to visit with F1. While they are 
talking, F1 hands the ball to F5 who rubs dirt on it. 
RULING: Umpire should warn F5 that the act of rubbing dirt on the ball is 
illegal. 6-2-1a, d 



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1982-83 NATIONAL FEDERATION SOFTBALL 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book, In list of 1 983 Major Softball Rule Changes at the front of the book, change "4-1-3h" to ■'4-3-1 -h". 5-1 -1-d (pg. 29) - In second line, delete "who 
is in a coach's box." 6-2-6 Note (pg. 34) - In third line, after "if" delete "the" and insert "any". 8-3-2 Note, Play 3 (pg. 46) - In first line, after "throw" delete 
"to" and insert "from". 8-3-3-e Note (pg. 47) - Change "e" to "f" and "f" to "g". Comments on the Rules, 8-3-2 Note (pg. 66) - In ninth line, after "delayed" 
insert "dead". Comments on the Rules, (pg. 66) - "8-4-2-3" should be "8-4-2-e". 



SITUATION #1: Just as F1 is about to pitch (a) F7 leaves the playing field to 

pick up a ball that was accidently overthrown by another player playing 

catch on the sidelines or (b) F7 races into foul territory in anticipation of 

the batter hitting another foul ball in that direction. 

RULING: in (a), the umpire shall not allow the pitcher to pitch. In (b), the 

umpire shall call an illegal pitch. 1-1-3 

SITUATION #2: F2 is struck in the groin by a foul ball. While attending the 

injury, the coach advises the umpire that F2 is not wearing a protective cup. 

Coach was aware that F2 was not wearing a cup but "didn't feel it was 

necessary." 

RULING: Coach is warned that if another violation occurs involving a 

player not equipped in accordance with the rules, then he, the coach, will 

be ejected. 1-1-5 

SITUATION #3: Pitcher wears (a) a white sweat band on the wrist of the 

glove hand; or (b) elbow pad on the arm of her throwing hand. 

RULING: In (a), the color white would not be acceptable because it would 

be distracting to the batter. Therefore, the umpire would have the pitcher 

remove it. In (b), an elbow pad could be worn if it was covered by a jersey or 

taped with flesh colored tape. 1-1-5 

COMMENT: Umpire-in-chief will make final determination as to what 

items are distracting. 

SITUATION #4: Jones takes the field wearing a brace that is padded. Two 

innings later part of the metal hinge starts to wear through the padding and 

is noticed by the umpire. 

RULING: Jones must pad the hinge before she can continue playing. 1-1-5 

SITUATION #5: In first game of a doubleheader, the umpire-in-chief 

judges a piece of protective equipment by Smith to be legal. In the second 

game of the doubleheader, which is being umpired by a different crew, the 

umpire-in-chief declares the piece of protective equipment dangerous and 

therefore, illegal. Smith tells the umpire that it was ruled legal for the game 

before. 

RULING: The decision of an umpire in one game to allow a particular piece 

of protective equipment does not mean that another umpire in another 

game will also judge that same equipment to be legal. It is the 

responsibility of the umpire-in-chief to use good judgment, and if he or she 

feels that the equipment is potentially dangerous, it shall not be allowed. 1- 

1-5 

SITUATION #6: The umpire notices on-deck batter of Team A warming up 

with a batting donut on his bat. Is that player to be ejected? 

RULING: No, the umpire should have the donut removed immediately and 

remind the coach of rule. If that team is again discovered using a donut or 

other illegal attachment, that player is subject to being ejected from the 

game. If it occurs further, the act will be considered unsportsmanlike and 

the game forfeited according to 4-3-1-e. 1-3-5 

SITUATION #7: Jones, who was ejected in the second inning, bats for 

Smith in the 5th inning and hits a home run. The defense appeals to the 

umpire (a) prior to the next pitch; or (b) after the next pitch. 

RULING: The game would be forfeited in (a) because Jones would be 

considered still in the lineup or game. In (b), because a pitch had already 

been thrown, the appeal would be too late. 3-1-1 Note 

SITUATION #8: Lee has no reentry eligibility. He (a) steps into the box and 

is noticed by the umpire, (b) starts to walk toward the box when the umpire 

recognizes him, or (c) steps into the box when the coach of the team at bat 

calls time and informs the umpire that she is replacing Lee with Thomas. 

RULING: In (a), the umpire shall declare the game a forfeit. In (b), the 

umpire should ask the player before stepping into the box if she is sure she 

is eligible to be in the game. Until Lee steps in the box, she is not in the 

game, therefore, the umpire can prevent the game from being forfeited by 

using preventative officiating. In (c), there is only a slim chance that the 

umpire or team on defense will not recognize Lee as not having any reentry 

eligibility. Nevertheless, if the umpire does not remember Lee and accepts 

the substitution of the coach, then there is no forfeiture if appealed after 

that. If, as the umpire starts to accept the substitution, he remembers Lee, 

he shall forfeit the game. 3-1-1 Note 

SITUATION #9: The third base coach is in foul territory and out of the 

coach's box yelling instructions to an advancing runner when a thrown 

ball hits him. 

RULING: If umpire judges that the ball hitting the coach was accidental, 

then there is no penalty and the ball remains alive. 

COMMENT: There is no penalty for being out of the coach's box. 3-2-3 

SITUATION #10: With R1 on first base and stealing, B2 (a) bunts a soft liner 



in the air near third base in fair territory where the third base coach 
screams at F5who is attempting to make the play; or (b), hits a foul fly ball 
toward the third base dugout where F5, who is trying to make the catch, is 
bumped by the third base coach. 

RULING: The umpire shall give the delayed dead ball signal. In both (a) 
and (b), at the end of playing action, he shall declare the batter out and if he 
judged the interference prevented a possible double play, another runner 
shall be called out. Therefore, R1 could be ruled out. 3-2-4 
SITUATION #11: B1 singles. B3 mistakenly bats in place of 82. The 
defense realizes that 83 is out of order, but chooses not to appeal until they 
see what 83 does. 83 hits a double play. The team at bat appeals batting 
out of order. 

RULING: The team at bat may not appeal. Only the defense is entitled to 
benefit by the mistake of 83 batting out of order. 7-1-1 
SITUATION #12: With R1 on first, 82 hits a single to F8 who throws to (a) F4 
at second base, or (b) F6, the cutoff, as B2 is obstructed by F3. 
RULING: In (a), because 82 was being played on when obstructed, the ball 
becomes dead immediately. In (b). until F4 throws to F6. R1 is not 
considered being played on. Therefore, a delayed dead ball signal is given. 
8-3-2 Note 

SITUATION #13: R1 advancing to second on a hit is obstructed (a) before, 
or (b) after F8 throws to second in an effort to put out R1. 
RULING: In (a), obstruction occurred before F8 could make a play on the 
runner (release of ball to second), therefore, it is a delayed dead ball. In (b). 
the obstruction occurred after F8's throw. R1. therefore, is considered 
being played on and the ball would be dead immediately 8-3-2 Note 
SITUATION #14: The designated hitter is batting for F9. Later, the 
designated hitter comes into the game to play left field. Can F9 remain in 
the game and play defense at the same time? 

RULING: No, The defensive player for whom the designated hitter is 
hitting and the designated hitter are locked into the same batting position 
in the line-up and may never be in the game defensively at the same time. 3- 
1-4 

SITUATION #15: Coach of Team A, not satisfied with a rules interpretation 
he received in a game in which his team was playing, chooses to call the 
National Federation to see if the interpretation was correct. 
RULING: All requests for interpretations or clarifications must be directed 
to the state association which is responsible for administering and 
conducting the high school Softball programs for that state. The National 
Federation will assist in answering rules questions from state associations 
whenever called upon. (Rule Book - pg. 2) 

SITUATION #16: Under her uniform, Jones is wearing a brace that has an 
exposed metal hinge. 

RULING: Even though the brace is not visible, the coach has the 
responsibility to make sure that his players are dressed in accordance with 
the rules and that all protective equipment is properly padded. 1-1-5 
SITUATION #17: With Jones on first, 82 flies out. On the next pitch she 
attempts to steal second and is called safe. However, she severely sprains 
her ankle and is unable to continue playing and has to leave the game. Her 
team does not have an eligible substitute to take her place, therefore, must 
play one player short. Is Jones to be called out for having to leave the 
game, is the game forfeited, or is the game resumed without a runner at 
second? 

RULING: The previous batter not on base is allowed to pinch-run for 
Jones. In this case B2 would replace Jones on second. B2's status as a 
pinch runner is terminated as soon as she scores, or is put out. or if the half- 
inning ends before she is put out or scores. When itis Jones' turn to bat. an 
out will be called. 4-3-1 -f. 7-4-i 

SITUATION #18: In (a) the first inning, or (b) the 5th inning, with no outs 
and R1 on 2nd and R2 on first. B3 singles, but is injured upon reaching first 
base and is taken from the field. Not having any eligible substitutes. Team 
A must play one player short. Who is allowed to pinch run for 83? 
RULING: Proceed in reverse order through the batting order to find a 
previous batter not on base. In the play above. 89 would pinch run for 83. 
SITUATION #19: Johnson, who has no reentry eligibility, goes in the game 
to play right field in the 6th inning. Until when, may the team at bat appeal 
Johnson being an illegal player? 

RULING: The appeal must be made before the defensive team has left the 
field. The defensive team has "left the field" when the pitcher and all 
infielders have clearly left their normal fielding positions and have left fair 
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Principal, Vanous Lloyd, Head Coach, Dianne Collins, Kim Dodson, Clemette Haskins, Melinda 
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Oldham County 





59 


Boone County 


62 




40 




Boone County 




63 


Washington County 






69 






Washington County 




57 






65 


Washington County 




Madisonville 












56 






Warren Central 57 


Warren Central 






40 


Warren Central 


61 




Muhlenberg Central 




40 


Warren Central 




45 




Sheldon Clark 








55 


Mason County 


Mason County 



















79 


Whitesburg 


54 






Whitesburg 




52 


Whitesburg 






59 




78 


Atherton 




41 




39 


Atherton 


Henry Clay 




40 




Western 


35 
41 
78 


Laurel County 


Laurel County 




38 


Laurel County 


Marshall County 








62 


Marshall County 




Paul G. Blazer 











Warren Central 



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Tiphanie Bates Warren Central Martha Gerton Washington Co. 

Sandy Brown Whitesburg Clemette Hasklns Wanen Central 

Melinda Carlson Warren Central Lisa O'Neal Atherton 

Bridgette Combs . Whitesburg Carol Parker Marshall Co. 

Belitta Croley Henry Clay Madge Smalley Washington Co. 

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Shephersville 


Ernie Liggett Mike Maxey 


L.V. McGentry, Jr. 


Newport London 


Paducah 


Lynda Umlress 




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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 9 



May, 1983 



$5.00 Per Year 



Newly Elected Board Members 




Chester Turner 



David L. Webb 



David Webb, Superintendent of Edmonson County 
Schools, and Chester Turner, Fort Thomas Highlands 
High School Prmcipal. were recently elected to serve four- 
year terms as members of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Board of Control 

Webb, who has served as Edmonson County Schools' 
Superintendent since 1976, will represent Regions 3 and 4, 
He replaces current Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Board of Control Vice President, Robie 
Harper, teacher and coach at Drakesboro High School 

Webb received his B.A. Degree in Mathematics from 
Western Kentucky University in 1963. and his Master's 
Degree in School Administration in 1969. also from 
Western Kentucky University, He also holds a Rank I in 
School Administration. 

In 1964, he entered the education profession as a 
mathematics teacher in Warren County. In 1965, he moved 
to Edmonson County High School to teach mathematics 
and also serve as Assistant Principal. 

In 1970, he accepted a position in the Bowling Green 
Independent System as a mathematics teacher and 
Chairman of the Mathematics Department. He moved to 
the Simpson County School System in 1974 as an 
Elementary School Principal. In 1976, he was named to his 
current position. 

Webb and his wife. Ann. have three children. Tommy. 
Barbara and Craig In his spare time, he enjoys golfing and 
fishing. 

Turner, who replaces current Board President Fairce 
Woods, Principal of Fleming County High School, will 
represent Regions 9 and 10. 

After a seven-year stint in the military service, Turner 
enrolled at Eastern Kentucky University where he earned 
his B.A. and MA. Degrees. He later earned his Rank I at 
Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Turner began his educational career at Covington 
Holmes High School. While at Holmes, he served as a 
classroom teacher, was later advanced to the position of 
Dean of Boys and, finally, served as Assistant Principal. 

Since 1970, he has been at Highlands High School. 
For the past ten years, he has served as Principal. 

Turner is Past President of the Kentucky Association 
of Secondary School Principals (KASSP) and the 
Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA), 

He and his wife, Marjorie, reside in Erianger. They 
have one son, Kevin. 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building 
on Thursday, April 14. 1983. The meeting was called to 
order at 2:00 p.m. by President Fairce Woods. Board 
members Charles Black. John Brock, Pat Crawford, Eldon 
Davidson, Alvis Johnson. Robert Rogers. Ray Story and 
Robie Harper; Commissioner Tom Mills. Executive 
Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. 
DeVries and Louis Stout were present. Conley Manning 
was present representing the State Department of 
Education Mr, Woods called the meeting to order and 
asked Mr. Manning to give the invocation. 

Commissioner Mills was asked to introduce special 
guest, Sheila Gilreath, President of the Kentucky Girls' 
Sports Association Ms. Gilreath spoke to the Board on 
behalf of the Association regarding someof their problems 
and concerns. After her presentation she asked for 
questions from the Board members. She stated that the 
Association was very appreciative of the K.H.S.A.A. and 
thanked them for the opportunity they had given girls to 
compete. Mr. Woods advised Ms. Gilreath that her 
comments would be taken into consideration. 

Mr. Woods asked for a motion approving the minutes 
of the March 18, 1983, meeting. Mr. Mills advised the Board 
that one addition had been made regarding the new 
Liability/Unlimited Lifetime Catastrophe Medical 
Insurance Plan. Charles Black moved, seconded by Alvis 
Johnson, that the minutes of the March meeting be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously 

Billy Wise gave a financial and attendance report to 
the Board on the Boys' and Girls' Basketball Tournaments. 
The approximate receipts and disbursements forthe boys' 
tournament was $540,951.55 and $158,163.62, 
respectively, with attendance of 124,224. The girls' 
tournament receipts were $120,869.00, disbursements 
were approximately $65,382.74 with attendance of 31 ,424. 
Mr. Wise stated that the final audit would appear in the 
August ATHLETE 

Mr. Mills recommended that due to the excellent gate 
receipts at both the boys' and girls' tournaments, the 
Board grant to the participating schools an additional 
$200.00 for each game they played in the tournaments. 
Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by Robie Harper, that the 
recommendation be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Mr. Woods asked for a report of the Football 
Committee meeting which had been held on Thursday. 
April, 14, 1983, at 9:00 a.m. Mr, Wise stated that the 
following had been appointed to the committee: Supt.Wm. 
Birdwell, Bourbon Co.; Supt. Don Sparks. Mayfield; Prin. 
Waymond Morris, Daviess Co. H.S.; Prin. Jack Portwood, 
Lincoln Co. H.S.; Ath, Dir. Joe Judy, Harrison Co, H.S.; 
Ath. Dir. Don Webb, Bowling Green H.S.; Coach Jake Bell, 
Henry Clay H.S; Coach Mike Murphy, Newport H.S. He 
stated that the purpose of the committee was to study the 
present play-off system and make recommendations to 
the Board on how more teams could participate in the 
play-offs. The Committee discussed the present football 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1983 



MAY, 1983 VOL. XLIV, NO. 9 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to ; 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President — Fairce O Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 
Vice President — Robie Harper (1979-1983) Drakesboro 
Directors — Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville. John 
Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman (1980- 

1984) Owensboro, Patrick L, Crawford (1982-1986) 
Louisville, Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981- 

1985) Barlow, Ray Story (1982-1986): Conley Manning, 
State Department of Education Representative, 
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Mr. Mills recommended that the K.H.S.A.A. calendar 
for May 1984 be moved ahead one week. After some 
discussion on the sports involved, Bob Rogers made the 
motion, seconded by John Brock, that the 
recommendation be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced thata letter regarding 
the new Liability/Lifetime Medical Insurance Plan would 
be mailed in the nearfuturetosupermtendents, principals, 
and athletic directors of member schools. 

Mr. Wise discussed the summer meeting of the 
National Federation to be held in Seattle, Washington with 
regard to transportation and registration. Mr Wise also 
announced that the next meeting of the Board of Control 
would be held at Lake Barkley on Friday, July 29, 1983, at 
9:00 a.m. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Charles Black that 
all bills of the Association for the period beginning March 
1, 1983, and ending March 31, 1983, be allowed. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, Bob Rogers moved, 
seconded by John Brock, that the meeting be adjourned. 
The motion carried unanimously. 



(continued from Page One) 



play-off system and made no recommendations for 
change. However, all agreed to give further study to the 
plan, discuss it with the organizations they represent to get 
their suggestions and then meet again in the near future to 
give futher consideration to possible change 

Mr, Woods called on Bob Rogers for the Staff 
Committee Report. John Brock moved, seconded by 
Eldon Davidson, that the Board go into executive session. 
The motion carried by vote of seven in favor and one 
opposed. After a meeting of the Board in executive 
session, Pat Crawford made the motion that the Staff 
Committee Report be accepted as discussed. Charles 
Black seconded the motion and it carried by a vote of eight 
in favor and one opposed. 

Fairce Woods and Robie Harper were named 
Delegate and Alternate respectively to the forthcoming 
Annual Meeting of the National Federation on motion 
made by Ray Story and seconded by Eldon Davidson. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then presented correspondence 
regarding Wayne Scronce, Highlands High School. After 
considering the facts in the case, Eldon Davidson moved 
that By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, be waived in this case and 
that Wayne Scronce be ruled eligible to participate in 
interscholastic athletics. John Brock seconded the 
motion. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills asked the Board members to 
consider Academic Requirements for el ig I bill ty as set forth 
in By-Laws 3 & 5 of the K.H.S.A.A Constitution and By- 
Laws for possible change. He suggested that this topic be 
included on the Agendaof the July meeting of the Board of 
Control. 

Commissioner Mills announced that the Delegate 
Assembly would be held on Friday, April 15, 1983, at 11:00 
a.m. at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building. 




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PAGE THREE 




Minutes of the 

Annual Meeting 



The sixty-seventh Annual Meeting of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association was held at the office of 
the K.H.S.A.A., Lexington, on Friday morning, April 15, 
1983. The Invocation was given by Robie Harper. 

President Fairce Woods called the meeting to order at 
11:00 a.m. and asked Executive Assistant Billy V Wise to 
call the roll. Fifty-two elected delegates or alternates 
answered the roll call. 

Commissioner Tom (Vlills then presented a report on 
the activities of the Association during the 1982-83 school 
year. Charles Miller moved, seconded by Richard 
Goodman, that the report be accepted. The motion carried 
unanimously. (The Commissioner's report is printed 
elsewhere in this issue of the ATHLETE)- 

President Woods stated that presentation of 
proposals was the next order of business. Dick Vincent 
moved, seconded by Denzil Halbert, that Proposal I be 
tabled. The motion did not receive the necessary number 
of votes for passage with a vote of 21 favoring the motion 
and 31 being opposed. 

District 35 Representative John Heck then 
recommended that Proposal I be adopted. District 36 
Representative Andy Christofield seconded the motion. 
The motion failed by a vote of 24 in favor with 29 voting in 
opposition. 

Proposal I read as follows: 

ARTICLE IV: ADMINISTRATION AND LEGISLATION 
Section 1 - Officers (Be changed to read:) 

The officers of the Association shall be a 
Commissioner and a Board of Control composed of 
eighteen (18) members, at least two (2) shall be black. 

Section 2 - Procedures of Election & Board of Control 

(Shall be changed to read:) 
8. Board of Control 

1. Members of the Board of Control shall be 
elected for a period of four (4) years by a vote 
of the representatives of member schools in 
each region. 

2. There shall be one (1) member from each of 
the sixteen (16) basketball regions. 

3. In addition there shall be two (2) blacks 
elected (Federal Court Decree), one (1) shall 
be elected to represent Regions 1 through 8 
and one (1) shall be elected to represent 
Regions 9 through 16. 

4. All Board of Control members shall be full- 
time certified employees of their respective 
Boards of Education. 

5. Notifications to the Representatives of each 
school in each Region, in which the member 
is elected, must be made by the 
Commissioner not later than January 1. 

6. To be eligible for membership to the Board of 
Control, one must be a certified employee of 
an accredited K.H.S.A.A. member school or 
system in the region, he/she is to represent 



and must remain in that region during his/her 
term of office. Serving in a part time capacity 
or on leave of absence or on sick leave in any 
of these capacities will terminate the eligi- 
bility of the member and the remaining 
members of the Board shall fill the vacancy 
within sixty (60) days in the same manner as 
that prescribed for the regular election of the 
Board Members. 

7. Nominations for membership on the Board of 
Control, signed by five (5) representatives, of 
their region, shall be in the hands of the Com- 
missioner, for regions that elect during the 
year, not later than midnight January 31. 

8. Ballots for election shall be distributed by the 
Commissioner before February 15, and 
returned on or before March 1. 

9. Results of the election be tabulated by the 
Commissioner, announced at the meeting of 
the Delegate Assembly, and published in the 
April issue of the ATHLETE. 

10. Terms of Board Members shall be staggered 
so that four (4) will be elected each year. 

11. At the Organization Meeting in July, the 
members of the Board of Control shall elect 
from their membership a President and Vice- 
President to serve for one (1) year. They shall 
not be eligible to serve for more than two (2) 
one-year terms in succession. The Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction shall designate 
a liason person to meet with the Board of 
Control to participate in all discussions but to 
have no vote as a member of the Board of 
Control. 

Don Turner moved, seconded by Jim Andy Sears, that 
Proposal II be adopted. Proposal II read as follows: 

The use of undue influence by any person connected 
with a member school to secure or retain a student or his 
parents shall cause the student to be ineligible for one 
year. The Commissioner's office and Board of Control may 
penalize the offending school up to one year if school 
officials fail to deal with violation within their system 

In order to help deter undue influence, the following 
criteria may be used: 

(1) the status of guardianship must be established 
prior to a change of residence; or 

(2) any court order establishing placement of a 
student must be made prior to the change of 
residence of that student 

Following a lengthy discussion of the Proposal, Don 
Turner then moved that the first paragraph of Proposal II 
be amended to read as follows: 

The use of undue influence by any person connected 
with a member school to secure or retain a student or his 
parents may cause the student to be ineligible for one year. 
The Commissioner's office and Board of Control shall 
penalize the offending school up to one year if school 
officials fail to deal with violation within their system. 

Mr. David Points seconded the motion and it Passed 
by a vote of 49-2. 

President Woods then called for a vote on the motion 
to adopt Proposal II as amended. The motion Passed by a 
vote of 42-4. 

Mr. Richard Vincent, District 6, moved, seconded by 
Gene Minton, District 26, that members of the Delegate 
Assembly discuss By-Law 3, Scholarship, for possible 
change. The motion passed unanimously. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1983 



Following a discussion of By-Law 3, Mr. Vincent 
moved that \he subject be referred to a committee to be 
appointed by President Fairce Woods for further study 
and that any recommended change in By-Law 3 be 
submitted to member schools in the form of a referendum 
at the earliest possible date. Don Turner seconded the 
motion and it passed unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned by President Woods. 

1982-83 ANNUAL REPORT 
(Presented to the Delegate Assembly) 

Two hundred ninety-nine schools joined the 
Association for the 1982-83 school year. Eleven of these 
schools enroll girls only and eight have only boys. In 1981- 
82 there were 305 schools, in 1980-81 ther were 314. 

There were 199 schools involved in Football. Classes 
A. AA, AAA and AAAA championship games were played 
at the Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was 
approximately 14,671 and gross receipts were $54,029.75. 
Expenses involved m conducting the state football 
playoffs were $31,878.52. 

In Cross Country 204 boys' teams entered twenty-four 
regional meets. One hundred sixty-six girls'teams entered 
all three classes in twenty-three regionals. The expenses 
incurred in sponsoring this sport were $10,441 .08 and the 
receipts were $3,570.00. Classes A, AA and AAA were held 
in Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

The Wrestling program continues to move forward at a 
rapid pace. There were sixty schools in the eight districts 
and four regions with the winner and runner-up in each 
weight class advancing to the finals. The championship 
tournament was held at Atherton High School with 
receipts for the meet of $10,392.00 and expenditures of 
approximately $9,907.43. 

In Swimming forty-five girls' teams and forty-four 
boys' teams competed for the championships. The meets 
were held at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, on 
February 25-26. The receipts were $1,180. and the 
expenses were $5,407.13. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' and 
girls' district basketball tournaments were $480,155.40 
while the regional tournaments took in $489,264.72, for a 
total of $969,420.12. Attendance at the Boys' State 
Tournament was approximately 124,224 as compared to 
129,467 for last year. The gross receipts this year for the 
tournament is estimated at $540,951.55, with expenditures 
of approximately $158,163.62. 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament 
was 31 ,424. The gross receipts amounted $120,869.00 with 
expenditures of approximately $65,382.74. A complete 
report will appear in the audit. 

There were seventeen teams competing in the State 
Rifle Marksmanship Meet in Louisville. Expenses incurred 
were approximately $706.29. 

Approximately twelve teams competed in the State 
Fencing Meet on April 2, 1983, at Atherton High School, 
Louisville. 

There were fourteen schools with boys' Gymnastics 
teams and twenty-two with girls. There were two girls' 
regional meets held at Paris High School and Kentucky 
Country Day School, but there was not sufficient number 
of boys' teams to justify a regional. The state meets were 
held at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, on 
February 19. The receipts were $799.00 and the expenses 
were $2,941.60. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was 



fifty-four. The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was held 
at Memorial Coliseum, Lexington on October 29-30, 1982. 
Expenses incurred were $4,469.16 with receipts of 
$2,635.00. 

In other sports that are to follow 272 baseball teams 
will compete in fifty-eightdistricts and sixteen regions; 108 
Softball teams will compete in twelve regions; 241 girls' and 
240 boys' track teams will compete in twenty-four regions 
each; 121 girls' golf teams and 180 boys' teams will 
play in 24 regions; 173 girls' tennis teams and 177 
boys' teams will play in eleven regions. State 
championship meets will be held in baseball at Somerset; 
Softball tournament at Versailles; classes A, AA and AAA 
track at the University of Kentucky, Lexington; girls' golf at 
Elizabethtown Country Club, Elizabethtown; boys' golf at 
Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox; tennis at the University 
of Kentucky , Lexington. 

The number of officials who registered with the 
Officials' Division of the Association for 1982-83 and the 
numbers of approved and certified officials in each sport 
are as follows; 

Regis- Ap- Certi- 

tered proved tied 

Baseball ( 477) 263 119 95 

Basketball (1595) 723 380 492 

Football ( 737) 187 169 381 

Soccer ( 103) 70 33 — 

Softball ( 141) 141 — — 

Track & Field ( 16) 14 2 — 

Volleyball ( 38) 29 9 — 

Wrestling { 71) 53 8 10 

Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise conducted twelve 
clinics in football and sixteen in basketball forofficialsand 
coaches. Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout conducted 
twelve baseball clinics and five Softball clinics for officials 
and coaches throughout the state. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries conducted three track 
clinics and four volleyball clinics for officials and coaches. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissioners 
and I are grateful for the cooperation the superintendents, 
principals, athletic directors and coaches have given us in 
running the program for the Association. 




Game Gal Award 



Cindy Boulton 



The Game Gal Trophy is awarded to a high school 
athlete in the State of Kentucky who has overcome a 
physical handicap and participated in high school 
athletics. Cindy Boulton was the unanimous choice of the 
K.H.S.A.A. for the 1983 award. 

Cindy IS a senior at Ballard Memorial High School. 
She is the girls basketball team manager and statistician. 
She has served in that capacity for six years and has 
become an integral part of the team. 

Cindy participates despite her handicap of having 
Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease. Mr. Bob Rogers, in his 
letter of recommendation, feels that Cindy is truly a game 
gal considering she has overcome a very serious handicap 
to be a part of the athletic program. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1983 



PAGE FIVE 



TED SANFORD AWARD 




Phillip Hall 

To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted Sanford, 
former Commissioner of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association, the Courier-Journal and Times 
inaugurated the Ted Sanford Award to be given annually 
to a player in the K.H.S.A.A. Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament who excels in four areas: basketball ability, 
academic accomplishments, sportsmanship, and 
citizenship. This year a committee composed of school 
personnel from throughout the state selected Phillip Hall 
of Carlisle County High School, Bardwell, Kentucky. 



J.B. MANSFIELD AWARD 




Tiphanie Bates 

The J.B. Mansfield A ward for girls was won by Tiphanie 
Bates of Whitesburg High School, Whitesburg, Kentucky. 
The annual award inaugurated by the Courier- Journal and 
Times is presented to the player in the K.H.S.A.A. Girls' 
State Basketball Tournament who excels in four areas: 
basketball ability, academic accomplishments, 
sportsmanship, and citizenship. The selection was made 
by a committee of school personnel from throughout 
the state. 



1983 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS 





Clemette Haskins 



Steve Miller 



The Most Valuable Player Award is presented 
annually by the Lexington Herald, The recipient is 
determined by a vote of the coaches of the sixteen 
participating schools and a panel of sports reporters. 

The Most Valuable Player Award for the 1983 Boys' 



State Basketball Tournament was presented to Steve 
Miller. Henry Clay High School. 

The Most Valuable Player Award for the V983 Girls' 
State Basketball Tournament was presented io Clemette 
Haskins, Warren Central High School. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1983 



1983 GIRLS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

ELIZABETHTOWN COUNTRY CLUB 

MAY 10-11, 1983 



TEAM CHAMPION - NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 




TEAM SCORES 

Notre Dame 753 

Lafayette 764 

Sacred Heart 772 

Allen County 780 

Elizabethtown 810 

Meade County 826 

Montgomery Co 833 

Woodford Co 834 

Murray 844 

Tompkinsville 852 




Individual Winner 
'Jill Mattingly - Lafayette H.S. - 79-167 

Emily Doming, Notre Dame 86-167 

Dori Eastwood, Henry Clay 81-169 

Leanne Walker, Adair Co 170 

Debbie Blank, Villa Madonna 171 

Velvet Jones, Murray 172 

Donna Stewart, Hazard 174 

Susan Jackson, Glasgow 176 

Janet Wells, Waggener 177 

Dawn Schuler, Notre Dame 178 

Debbie Fitch, Johnson Central 179 

Mary Estes, Russellville 179 

Regina Harkins, Hopkinsville 179 

Susan Buchanan, Elizabethtown 180 

Ton! Redmon, Ky. Country Day 180 

Tracy Parsons, Mayfield 181 

Kathryn Weaver, Allen County 182 

Gail Shannon, Montgomery County 183 

Joy Johnson, Lafayette 188 

* Sudden Death Playoff — Five (5) holes 



1983 BOYS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

FORT KNOX ANDERSON COURSE 

MAY 10-11, 1983 




TEAM CHAMPION — WESTERN HILLS HIGH SCHOOL 



Individual Winner 
Rob McNamara — Western Hills H.S. — 148 

Vernon, Western Hills 152 

Augenstein, Owensboro 157 

Corey. Western 157 

Conliffe, Trinity 158 

Stephens, Boyd Co 159 

Trimble, Pikeville 160 

Vance, Corbin 160 

Lewis, St. Xavier 160 

Parks, Grant Co 161 

BIythe, Male 161 

Frederick, Owensboro 161 

Klondike, Ballard 161 

Ray, Pleasure Ridge Pk 161 

Hughes, Crittenden Co 161 




TEAM SCORES 

Western Hills 633 

St Xavier 659 

Trinity 665 

Covington Catholic 671 

Bowling Green 683 

Owensboro 684 

Corbin 684 

Henry Clay 688 

Grant County 692 

Mayfield 693 

Somerset 693 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1983 PAGE SEVEN 

1983-84 
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 

Aug. 1-18 Twelve Football Rules Clinics for Coaches and Officials conducted in 

various cities throughout the State 
Aug. 15-24 Three Volleyball Rules Clinics conducted for Coaches and Officials 

Aug. 22-27 Five Soccer Rules Clinics conducted for Coaches and Officials 

Oct. 3-27 Sixteen Basketball Rules Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Oct. 21-22 Girls' Regional Volleyball Tournament 

Oct. 28-29 Girls' State Volleyball Tournament 

Oct. 29 Regional Cross Country Meets 

Nov. 1-5 State Soccer Tournament 

Nov. 4-5 Football Sub-District Winners Play 

State AAAA District Winners Play 

Jefferson County First Round Play-Offs 
Nov. 5 State Cross Country Meets 

Nov. 11-12 Football District Winners Play 

State AAAA Regional Winners Play 

Jefferson County District Winners Play 
Nov. 18-19 Football Regional Winners Play 

State AAAA Sectional Winners Play 

Jefferson County Finals 
Nov. 25-26 Football State Championships — Class A, AA, AAA, AAAA — 

Louisville 
Feb. 3-4 District Wrestling Tournament 

Feb. 10-11 Regional Gymnastics Meets 

Regional Swimming Meets 

Regional Wrestling Tournament 
Feb. 13,20 Two Baseball Rules Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Feb. 17-18 State Wrestling Tournament 

Feb. 18 State Gymnastics Meet 

Feb. 21 Track Rules Clinic conducted for Coaches and Officials 

Feb. 24-25 State Swimming Meets 

Feb. 27-Mar. 3 District Basketball Tournaments 

Mar. 5-10 Regional Basketball Tournaments 

Mar. 14-17 Boys' State Basketball Tournament — Lexington 

Mar. 20-29 Five Baseball Rules Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Mar. 21-24 Girls' State Basketball Tournament — Richmond 

Mar. 26 Track Rules Clinic for Coaches and Officials 

Apr. 2 Track Rules Clinic for Coaches and Officials 

Apr. 7 State Rifle Marksmanship 

State Fencing Tournament 
Apr. 9-13 Five Baseball Rules Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

May 7 Regional Golf Tournaments 

May 7-12 District Baseball Tournaments 

May 12 Regional Track Meets 

May 14-19 Regional Baseball Tournaments 

May 15-16 State Golf Tournaments 

May 17-18 Girls' Regional Softball Tournaments 

May 19 Sectional Track Meets 

May 24-25 First Round of State Baseball Tournament 

Girls' State Softball Tournament 
May 26 Regional Tennis Tournaments 

State Track Meets 
May 31-Jun. 1 Semi-Finals and Finals State Baseball Tournaments 

May 31-Jun. 1 State Tennis Tournament 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1983 




ACADEMIC 

REQUIREMENT 

INCREASED 



Members of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association voted overwhelmingly infavorof a proposal to 
increase the academic requirement of student athletes. 
The proposal, submitted to member schools by 
referendum, received 189 favorable votes vi^ith only 18 
schools voting no. The new regulation was approved by 
the State Board of Education on May 10, 1983. By-Laws3 & 
5 will read as follows: 

BY-LAW 3 (Becomes effective at the beginning of the 
second semester of the 1983-84 school year) — 
SCHOLARSHIP 

A contestant must have, for the current semester up to 
and including Monday of the week preceding that in which 
the contest occurs, a passing average in each of at least 
four full-credit high school studies or their equivalent in 
units of credit accepted for graduation. Grade school 
students participating in athletics shall be passing in at 
least four-fifths of their subjects. No special recitations or 
tests are to be given for the purpose of making a student 
eligible. Student managers and all other students having 
an official connection with the athletic program shall come 
under this scholarship rule. 

BY-LAW 5 (Section 4: The requirement that a student 
must have passed in four subjects does not become 
effective until the second semester of the 1983-84 school 
year) — PRECEDING QUARTER, TRIMESTER OR 
SEMESTER 

To be eligible during any quarter, trimester or 
semester a student must have been enrolled in school 
during the immediate preceding quarter, trimester or 
semester and must have passed tor that quarter, trimester 
or semester m at least four full-credit high school studies 
or their equivalent in units of credit accepted for 
graduation, or in four-fifths of the grade school studies, or 
have made up any deficiencies in that amount of work, in 
accordance with the established custom of the school, 
within two weeks after the beginning of the current 
quarter. Each participant must be making normal progress 
toward graduation. (Normal progress toward graduation 
has been interpreted by the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association and State Board of Education to mean that a 
student must have earned four (4) full units of credit 
accepted for graduation at the end of his/her first year in 
high school (grade 9): nine (9) units at the end of the 
second year (grade 10); and fourteen (14) units at the end 
of the third year (grade 11). This requirement becomes 
effective with the beginning of the 1984-85 school year.) 



ATTENTION 
SOCCER PLAYING SCHOOLS 



Q 



Beginning with the 1983-84 school year. Soccer will 
become a fall sport. 

The Limitation of Season regulations provide that: 

1. Organized practice shall not take place prior to 
July 20. 

2. The first game shall not take place before Septem- 
ber 1. 



3. A season will consist of a minimum of six (8) 
games and a maximum of twenty (20) games including 
invitational tournaments. 

4. The season ends with team elimination from 
K.H.SA.A. sponsored state championship competition. 
No practice shall be permitted until the end of that 
academic school year following elimination from 
K.H.SA.A. tournament play. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) scrimmages 
or practice games prior to September 1. 

The 1983-84 State Tournament is scheduled for 
November 1-5, 1983. 



K.H.S.A.A. REGISTERED OFFICIALS 

Officials in all sports are being asl^ed to renew their 
registration with the K.H.S.A.A. on or before July 30, 1983. 
Registration forms are presently being forwarded to all 
registered officials for this purpose. 

Those officials meeting the July 30 deadline will be 
listed in the 1983-84 K.H.S.A.A. Officials Handbook and 
Directory. Early registration will also enable each official 
to receive an Identification Card, rules and play situation 
books for each sport in which the official is registered and 
other necessary forms and supplies at an earlier date. 

All K.H.S.A.A. Registered Officials will be insured 
through the National Federation Student Protection Trust 
for injury received while officiating or traveling to or from 
the game they are to officiate. This is excess insurance 
providing lifetime medical benefits per injury and up to 
$5,000,000.00 in liability protection. 

If you have not received your registration form by July 
1, 1983, please contact the K.H.S.A.A. 



SUGGESTIONS FOR REDUCING 
HEAD AND NECK INJURIES 
TO FOOTBALL PLAYERS 



Athletes must be given proper conditioning exercises 
which will strengthen their necks so that participants 
will be able to hold their heads firmly erect when 
making contact. 

Coaches should drill the athletes in the proper exe- 
cution of the fundamentals of football skills, particu- 
larly blocking and tackling. Keep the head out of 
blocking and tackling. 

Coaches and officials should discourage the players 
from using their heads as battering rams when block- 
ing and tackling. The rules prohibiting spearing 
should be enforced in practice and in games. The 
players should be taught to respect the helmet as a 
protective device and that the helmet should not be 
used as a weapon. 

All coaches, physicians and trainers should take 
special care to see that the players' equipment is 
properly fitted, particularly the helmet. 
When a player has experienced or shown signs of head 
trauma (loss of consciousness, visual disturbances, 
headache, inability to walk correctly, obvious dis- 
orientation, memory loss) he should receive immedi- 
ate medical attention and should not be allowed to 
return to practice or game without permission from 
the proper medical authorities. 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1983 



PAGE NINE 



VOLLEYBALL 
COMMITTEE 
MEETING 
MINUTES 



d 



The Volleyball Committee met at ttie Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association office in Lexington on Friday, 
May 6, 1983. The meeting was called to order at 10:00 AM. 
by Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries. Committee 
members present included: Teri Brown, Bunny Daugherty, 
Ann Karrick, Margi McKenna, Sally Meng, Joan Mitchell 
and Donna Wolfe. Absent was Susie Sigler. 

There was a general discussion regarding the 
possibility of going to a two-day format for clinics In 
Northern Kentucky and Louisville due to the shortage of 
officials and the need for more extensive training for 
officials coming into the program. It was thought that 
having the clinics on two weekdays or on Friday and 
Saturday might generate more interest. The format of 
these two days would include: (1) rules interpretation for 
coaches and officials, (2) practice and play sessions, and 
(3) possible video tape sessions. Margi McKenna and 
Bunny Daugherty agreed to line up teams and individuals 
to participate in the practice and play sessions in their 
respective areas and Teri Brown agreed to help find the 
officials to participate in these sessions. There was also 
some discussion concerning the lack of interest in 
volleyball in certain areas of the state and some ways 
interest might be promoted in the area west of Louisville 
where the interest is particularly lacking. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of 
Regional Tournaments and Sites. It was suggested that 
Regions 2 and 3 remain at Iroquois, Ballard and Fairdale. 
Margi McKenna was asked to check on availability of 
facilities for Regions 4 and 5 to include Campbell County, 
Dayton, Boone County, Connor, and Holmes High School 
as possible sites. 

The second item on the agenda was the discussion of 
the State Tournament. The dates for the State Tourna- 
ment tor 1983 are October 28 and 29. The random draw 
date was set for September 28. The general consensus 
during the discussion of possible sites for the State 
Tournament was that due to lack of spectator interest in 
Lexington that a possible rotation system be set up for 
future tournaments. A motion was made by Donna Wolfe 
and seconded by Ann Karrick that Commissioner DeVries 
approach the Board of Control at the July meeting with a 
proposal for a rotation system to be set up and that the 
rotation start with Northern Kentucky University in 1983. 
The motion carried. 

The next item of discussion was the shortage of 
officials and possible steps to be taken to create more 
interest. The Board of Control has set a mandatory fee of 
$15.00 per game/per official to help generate more 
interest. It was also felt that the new format of the two-day 
clinic might aid in the development of more Interest for 
volleyball officials. 

The 1983-84 Volleyball Rule Book was discussed with 
emphasis on the two rules that had major changes. These 
rules are as follows: (9-7-2) Permits blocking a ball which 
is entirely on the opponent's side of the net when the 
opposing team has had an opportunity to complete its 
attack and (9-7-4) Permits a player to cross the centerllne, 
with foot/feet, as long as part of the foot/feet remain (s) on 
or above the centerllne and the player does not interfere 
with the play of an opponent. 

The Constitution and By-Laws were reviewed with no 
specific changes recommended. 

Miscellaneous items discussed included limitation of 
seasons as stated in the January issue of the "Athlete," It 
was felt that a clarification of ttnis item was needed. The 
two sections from this publication that were questioned 
were: Item 1 - organized practice shall not begin prior to 



July 15 and Item 4 - the season ends upon elimination of a 
team from the regional or state championship 
competition. The rule is "No practice shall be permitted 
until July 15 following elimination from the K.H.S.A.A 
sponsored tournament play." 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



VOLLEY BALL MAJOR RULE CHANGES FOR 1983-84 

3-1-3 Recommends that standards (including cranks) 
and cables be padded. 

4-2-1 Note indicates — Uniforms purchased after 
January 1, 1984 shall have plain Arabic numbers 
on the upper front, of solid color and made of 
material not less than 3/4 inch wide. The number 
on the back shall be at least 6 inches high and on 
the front at least 4 inches high, 
-a number may not have more than 2 digits 
-shirt numbers may have a contrasting border 

not to exceed 1/4 inch 
-shirt numbers shall contrast to the surrounding 
color(s) 

9-7-1 Permits a player to reach over the net on a block 
or attempt to block. 

9-7-2 Permits blocking a ball which is entirely on the 
opponent's side of the net when the opposing 
team has had an opportunity to complete its 
attack. 

9-7-4 Permits a player to cross the centerllne, with foot/ 
feet, as long as part of the foot/feet remains(s) 
on or above the centerllne and the player does not 
interfere with the play of an opponent. 

9-9-4 States the manner in which a foot fault is com- 
mitted by a server, or a player crossing the center- 
line 

10-1-1 States that the coaches responsibilities in the 
substitution process are to stand, signal for sub- 
stitution, indicate the number of substitute(s). 
then sit down. 

10-1-1 States that the substitute(s) indicates to the um- 
pire his/her number and the number of the 
player(s) being replaced. This removes this re- 
sponsibility from the coach. 

11-3-2 States that decisions based on the judgment of 
the official are final and not subject to review 

Signal Designates signal for a backlme player foul as a 
waist high circular motion with the hand. 

Signal Designates an over the net foul as a passing the 
hand over the net. 

Signal Designates a dead ball as pointing to the spot 
where the ball hit. 

Signal Designates a 5 second violation on the serve as 
the illegal serve signal followed by raising 5 
fingers in vertical place. 






NOTICE * * 

Results 

of 

State 

Baseball 

Soccer 

Softball 

Tennis 

Track 

Tournaments will 

be published in tfie 

Aug. or Sept. ATHLETE. 




PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1983 



This article is a reprint from ttie Indiana High School Athletic Assn. HIGHLIGHTS: 

Universal Dimensions Devises Program Dealing With "Failure to Warn" 



Are your students and, especially, their parents, aware 
of the risks of severe injury inherent in sports and physical 
education activities? Do you, as a supervisor of athletic 
activities, inform your students of the injuries that might 
possibly occur during a particular activity? Have you done 
all you possibly can to be free of liability for "failure to 
warn" in the event of a serious student injury? 

The number of liability suits in athletics has increased 
drastically in recent years. The effects of these suits can 
have profound implications for you as an athletic 
supervisor. In Seattle, Washington, for example, $6.3 
million was awarded in 1982 to an athlete who was injured 
in a football game. The two major charges brought against 
the Seattle school district were 1 ) "failure to instruct" and 
2) "failure to warn". It is likely that this case, and others like 
it, will change the nature of liability suits in athletics. 

the second charge, "failure to warn," has prompted a 
program produced by Universal Dimensions, Inc., The 
program — "Informed Consent: The Necessary First Step 
to Participation in Sports and Physical Education" — is a 
complete and easy-to-use 15 minute video cassette 
program including instructions tor use and sample 
consent forms designed to inform students and their 
parents of the risks involved in athletics. This program has 
been created to meet the need for a uniform and valid 
response to the "failure to warn" problem. It is a tool that 
athletic supervisors can use to inform students and 
parents of the risk of injury. 

It also meets another important need, one dictated by 



changing court rulings: the need to help protect athletic 
directors, coaches and physical education teachers in a 
court of law. Using this program with those involved in 
athletics could be used as substantial proof that proper 
warning of the risk of injury in sports has been given. 

The video cassette program is geared for those 
participating in any athletic activity, youth sport, or 
physical education class. It is an informative program that 
gives a well balanced view of the excitement, as well as the 
risks, involved in athletics. The benefits and joys of 
physical activity are presented. Statistics are used to 
compare the rate of injury in athletics to other activities. 
Types of injuries that can occur when a body or an object 
are in motion are explored. Most importantly, ten common 
sense rules are recommended which athletes themselves 
can follow to help prevent injuries. 

In addition to the video cassette, the program includes 
a leader guide in which pertinent points for discussion are 
highlighted and follow-up activities are recommended. 
Further, this program is a way of setting uniform standards 
for proper warning and safety in any athletic department. 
Having all your students participate in the program 
ensures that you have taken that crucial first step: warning 
them of the risk of injury. 

For further information on the acquisition of this 
program, contact Universal Dimensions, Inc., Plaza Del 
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Telephone 602-266-4972. 




NCAA Amends Ruling on 
High School All-Star Games 




The NCAA Convention in January amended its 
high school all-star legislation in several significant 
ways. The rule now provides that all intrastate 
football and basketball all-star contests conducted 
during the summer months, involving high school 
graduates will no longer be subject to any type of 
approval either from a state association which 
assumes jurisdiction or an NCAA committee acting 
in place of state associations declining jurisdiction. 
Interstate games will continue to be approved both 
during the school year and summertime by the 
NCAA Committee without the involvement of the 
individual state associations. 

During the school year, after completion of a 
student's eligibility and prior to graduation, 
intrastate all-star football and basketball contests 
still must be approved by a state association which 



assumes jurisdiction or the NCAA Committee 
acting in place of all other state associations. The 
two-game limit now applies only to school year 
contests, which means that high school graduates 
participating during the summer months may 
participate in as many such contests as desired by 
the individual. 

Prior to consideration of the proposed amend- 
ment to remove jurisdiction over intrastate all-star 
games conducted during the summer months, the 
National Federation, through its NCAA Committee 
membership as well as through direct 
correspondence to the NCAA opposed this amend- 
ment. However, it was the feeling of the NCAA 
Committee on All-Star High School Games and, in 
turn, the NCAA membership, that this amendment 
should be adopted. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1983 



PAGE ELEVEN 



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Hot Weather Hints 

By Frederick O. Mueller. Ph.D. 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 




Early fall football practice frequently Is conducted in 
very warm and highly humid weather In many parts of the 
United States. Under such conditions the athlete is subject 
to: 

1 . Heat Cramps — Painful spasms of skeletal muscle 
— most common of the calf muscle — caused by 
depletions of water and salt due to sweating. 

2. Heat Fatigue — Feelingof weakness and tiredness 
caused by depletions of water and salt due to sweating. 

3. Heat Exhaustion — Characterized by extreme 
weakness, exhaustion, headache, dizziness, profuse 
sweating and sometimes unconsciousness caused by 
extreme depletion of water and salt. Key features that are 
different in heat exhaustion from heat stroke are sweating 
skin and normal body temperature. 

4. Heat Stroke — A true medical emergency caused 
by overheating from a breakdown of the sweating 
mechanism. May occur suddenly without being preceded 
by any of the other clinical signs. The individual is usually 
unconscious and has hot, dry skin with a rising body 
temperature. 

It is felt that the above heat stress problems can be 
controlled provided certain precautions are taken. The 
following practices and precautions are recommended: 

1 . Each athlete should have a physical examination 
with a medical history when first entering a program and 
an annual health history update. History of previous heat 
illness and type of training activities before organized 
practice begins should be included. 

2. It is clear that top physical performance can only 
be achieved by an athlete who is in top physical condition. 
Lack of physical fitness impairs the performance of an 
athlete who participates in high temperatures. Coaches 
should know the physical condition of their athletes and 
set practice schedules accordingly. 

3. Along with physical conditioning the factor of 
acclimatization to heat is important. Acclimatization is the 
process of becoming adjusted to heat and it is essential to 
provide for gradual acclimation to hot weatheractivities. It 
IS necessary for an athlete to exercise in the heat if he is to 
become acclimatized to it. It is suggested that agraduated 
physical conditioning program be used and that 80 
percent acclimatization can be expected to occur the first 
seven days. Final stages of acclimatization to heat are 
marked by increased sweat loss and reduced salt 
concentration in the sweat. 

4. The old idea that water should be withheld from 
athletes during workouts has no scientific foundation. The 
most important safeguard to the health of the athlete is the 
replacement of water. Water must be on the field and 
readily available to the athlete at all times. It is recom- 
mended that a minimum 10-minute water break be 
scheduled for every half hour of heavy exercise in the heat. 
Athletes should rest in a shaded area during the break. 
Water should be available in unlimited quantities. 



5. Salt should be replaced daily. Extra salting of the 
athlete's food will accomplish this purpose Salt tablets 
and glucose — electrolyte solutions — are not recom- 
mended. Attention must be directed to replacing water. 

6. Know both the temperature and the humidity. The 
greater the humidity the more difficult it is for the body to 
cool itself. Use of a sling psych rometer is recommended to 
measure the relative humidity and anytime the wet-bulb 
temperature is over 78 degrees, practice should be altered. 

7. Cooling by evaporation is proportional to thearea 
of skin exposed. In extremely hot and humid weather 
reduce the amount of clothing covering the body as much 
as possible. Never use rubberized clothing. 

8. Athletes should weigh each day before and after 
practice and weight charts checked. Generally a three 
percent weight loss through sweating is safe and a five 
percent loss is in the danger zone. 

9. Watch athletes carefully for signs of trouble, 
particularly athletes who lose much weight, overweight 
athletes and theeagerathlete, who constantly competes at 
his capacity. Some trouble signs are nausea, incoherence, 
fatigue, weakness, vomiting, cramps, weak rapid pulse, 
visual disturbance and unsteadiness. 

10. Teams that encounter hot weather during the 
season, through travel or following an unseasonably cool 
period, should be physically fit but will not be environ- 
mentally fit. Coaches in this situation should follow the 
above recommendations and substitute more frequently 
during games. 

1 1 . Know what to do in case of such an emergency. 
Be familiar with immediate first aid practice and pre- 
arranged procedures for obtaining medical care, including 
ambulance service. 

HEAT STROKE: This is a medical emergency. Delay 
could be fatal. Immediately cool body (immersing in cold 
water, spray with cool water, or using any other means 
available for immediate cooling) while awaiting transfer to 
a hospital. 

HEAT EXHAUSTION: Obtain medical care at once. 
Withdraw individual from further activity and give fluids by 
mouth of athlete is able to swallow. Place athlete ir shade 
and keep cool while awaiting transfer to hospital. 

Summary; The main problem associated with 
exercising m hot weather is water loss through sweating. 
Water loss is best replaced by allowing the athlete to drink 
as much water as he likes, whenever he wishes. The small 
amount of salt lost in sweat is adequately replaced by 
salting food to individual taste at mealtime. 





PAGE TWELVE THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1983 



WRESTLING RULE CHANGES 
ANNOUNCED FOR '83-84 SEASON 



Rule 1-2-4 The exact weight of contestants must be recorded and submitted to the official scorer if an individual 

is to wrestle in one weight class above his actual stripped weight. 

Rule 1 -2-5 When a contestant competes in more than one match per day, there shall be at least a one-hour rest 

between each match. This rule now covers multiple duals the same as tournaments. 

Rule 1-2-5 It is permissable for a team to have more than one captain. 

Rule 4-3-2 In order for an individual to wrestle in the 105-pound weight class, he must weigh at least 90 pounds. 

Rule 4-3-3 Interstate competition shall be conducted in the weight classes listed in the Wrestling Rule Book, 

unless there is a mutual agreement between states. 

Rule 4-4-4 A one-pound allowance is now permissable from tournament to dual meet. 

Rule 6-1-1 The neutral starting position has been changed from a 10-foot separation to a 3-foot separation. 

Rule 6-6-5 When a coach feels there has been a misapplication of a rule, he may approach the scorers' table 

concerning that misapplication. If there has been a misapplication, the referee will correct the error 
and wrestling will resume immediately. If there is no error, the coach will be penalized one team point 
for misconduct on the first offense and on the second offense will be removed from the premises. 

Rule 6-6-6 If the coach questions the judgement of the referee, he shall be penalized for unsportsmanlike 

conduct. The first offense will be the deduction of one team point; the second occurrence will be 
removal from the premises. 

Rule 7-3-6 The figure 4 scissors is now a technical violation when applied by either wrestler around the body or 

both legs of his opponent. 

Rule 8-1-2 Following a caution for a false start or incorrect starting position, your opponent will receive one 

match point for each occurrence that follows the caution. This is no longer considered as a progres- 
sive penalty that could lead toward disqualification. 

Rule 8-2-6 This article has been expanded to include all bleeding rather than just a nosebleed. Injury time shall 

not be counted for any bleeding. 

Rule 10-1-2 Videotaping or filming is now authorized, unless prohibited by state high school associations. 

Penalty Chart The Penalty Chart has 2 major changes, which are: the penalty change for false starts and incorrect 

starting position, and misconduct of coaches. 



BASKETBALL RULE CHANGES 
ANNOUNCED FOR '83-84 SEASON 

Added, "The official will notify the coach and player on a disqualification." 

Expanded the player control foul to include the airborne player who has released the ball on a try for 
goal and charges prior to returning to the floor. 

Rule 5-9 The length of charged time-out shall be reduced only if both teams are ready to play 

Rule 5-11 Teams allowed 2 time-outs per half — no consecutive time-outs by the same team. 

Rule 6-7 Deleted Exception 2. 

Rule 8-3 Moved from rule 10: "captain will designate the free throw shooters for technical fouls." 

Rule 10 Completely revised. 

Rule 10-3-7 Placing a hand on the backboard to gain an advantage is a technical foul. 

Rule 10-4 All bench technicals are charged to the offender and to the head coach. 

Rule 10 Penalty A single, flagrant foul, whether personal or technical, will carry the same penalty — 2 shots, disquali- 

fication and ball out-of-bounds. 

Comments: Identified a lighting contact (organization) 

"For information on recommended specification for lighting, you may contact: Illuminating 
Engineering Society of North America, 345 East 47th Street, New York, NY 10017, (212) 705-7917," 

Comments: Lack of action — C.I. — Added, "There is no lack of action until the appropriate signal is given by the 

trail official." 

Comments: Lack of action — added supplementary material to explain the administration of the rule. 





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